In an edge-weighted tree, the xor-length of a path p is defined as the xor sum of the weights of edges on p:
⊕ is the xor operator.
We say a path the xor-longest path if it has the largest xor-length. Given an edge-weighted tree with n nodes, can you find the xor-longest path?
The input contains several test cases. The first line of each test case contains an integer n(1<=n<=100000), The following n-1 lines each contains three integers u(0 <= u < n),v(0 <= v < n),w(0 <= w < 2^31), which means there is an edge between node u and v of length w.
4 0 1 3 1 2 4 1 3 6
The xor-longest path is 0->1->2, which has length 7 (=3 ⊕ 4)