The magic shop in Mars is offering some magic coupons. Each coupon has an integer N printed on it, meaning that when you use this coupon with a product, you may get N times the value of that product back! What is more, the shop also offers some bonus product for free. However, if you apply a coupon with a positive N to this bonus product, you will have to pay the shop N times the value of the bonus product… but hey, magically, they have some coupons with negative N’s!

For example, given a set of coupons {1 2 4 -1}, and a set of product values {7 6 -2 -3} (in Mars dollars M\$) where a negative value corresponds to a bonus product. You can apply coupon 3 (with N being 4) to product 1 (with value M\$7) to get M\$28 back; coupon 2 to product 2 to get M\$12 back; and coupon 4 to product 4 to get M\$3 back. On the other hand, if you apply coupon 3 to product 4, you will have to pay M\$12 to the shop.

Each coupon and each product may be selected at most once. Your task is to get as much money back as possible.

Input Specification:

Each input file contains one test case. For each case, the first line contains the number of coupons NC, followed by a line with NC coupon integers. Then the next line contains the number of products NP, followed by a line with NP product values. Here 1<= NC, NP <= 105, and it is guaranteed that all the numbers will not exceed 230.

Output Specification:

For each test case, simply print in a line the maximum amount of money you can get back.

Sample Input:

Sample Output: