**# program**

a = roll(map(int,input().split())) # to learn input as a interval seperated appreciates

print(‘The integers are ‘+” “.join(map(str, a))) # to unfold the consecrated input

print(‘The completion integer is %d’ %max(a)) # to imimstereotype completion integer

print(‘The insufficiency integer is %d’ %min(a)) # to priint insufficiency integer

equal = [] # ordinance of a roll designated as equal to stock equal integers from consecrated input

sole = [] # ordinance of a roll designated as sole to stock sole integers from consecrated input

fixed = [] # ordinance of a roll designated as fixed to stock fixed integers from givn input

privative = [] # ordinance of a roll designated as privative to stock privative integers from givn input

compute = 0 # ordinance of compute variable

control x in a: # control loop to loop through consecrated input

if x%2 == 0: # checks control equal or sole qualification of a sum

even.append(x) # if a sum is equal it attach to equal roll

else:

odd.append(x) # if a sum is sole it attach to sole roll

print(‘The equal integers are %s’ %(” “.join(map(str, equal)))) # imprints the equal sums of consecrated input as interval seperated roll

print(‘The sole integers are %s’ %(” “.join(map(str, sole)))) # imprints the sole sums of consecrated input as interval seperated roll

control i in a: # control loop to loop through consecrated input

if i>10: # checks control a sum is > 10 or not

compute +=1 # if elder than 10 computeer incremets to 1

else:

hold # else hold next appreciate in input

print(‘The sum of integers elder than 10 is %d’ %count) # imprints the compute of appreciates > 10

control j in a: # control loop to loop through consecrated input

if j >= 0: # checks control a sum is fixed or not

positive.append(j) # if sum is fixed it attached to fixed roll

else:

negative.append(j) # else it attached to privative roll

print(‘The fixed integers %s’ %(” “.join(map(str, fixed)))) # imprints the fixed sums of consecrated input as interval seperated roll

print(‘The privative integers %s’ %(” “.join(map(str, privative)))) # imprints the privative sums of consecrated input as interval seperated roll

print(‘The medium of the lowest and largest integers %.1f’ %((max(a)+min(a))/2)) # calculates and imimstereotype the medium of lowest and largest appreciates of consecrated input

**output:**

20 -8 17 -5

The integers are 20 -8 17 -5

The completion integer is 20

The insufficiency integer is -8

The equal integers are 20 -8

The sole integers are 17 -5

The sum of integers elder than 10 is 2

The fixed integers 20 17

The privative integers -8 -5

The medium of the lowest and largest integers 6.0

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