The Indian number theorist, DJ Kaprekar, discovered this interesting property of 4-digit integers.

- Take a four-digit number.
- Arrange the digits in ascending order and descending order.
- Subtract the smaller from the larger.
- Repeat the same process with the answer.
- Astonishingly, four-digit numbers eventually reach the four-digit number 6174.
- This number is called Kaprekar’s Constant, after its discoverer.

For Example, take the number 4527:

7542 – 2457 = 5085

8550 – 0558 = 7992

9972 – 2799 = 7173

6543 – 3456 = 3087

8703 – 0378 = 8352

8532 – 2358 = 6174

7641 – 1467 = 6174, and the process repeats.

Some numbers do not comply, however.

For example 1000 gives 1000 – 0001 = 999 and 999 – 999 = 0.

Your program mustn’t crash for these numbers.