The soil is cracking up because of the drought and the rabbit kingdom is facing a serious famine. The RRC(Rabbit Red Cross) organizes the distribution of relief grain in the disaster area.
We can regard the kingdom as a tree with n nodes and each node stands for a village. The distribution of the relief grain is divided into m phases. For each phases, the RRC will choose a path of the tree and distribute some relief grain of a certain type for every village located in the path.
There are many types of grains. The RRC wants to figure out which type of grain is distributed the most times in every village.
The input consists of at most 25 test cases.
For each test case, the first line contains two integer n and m indicating the number of villages and the number of phases.
The following n-1 lines describe the tree. Each of the lines contains two integer x and y indicating that there is an edge between the x-th village and the y-th village.
The following m lines describe the phases. Each line contains three integer x, y and z indicating that there is a distribution in the path from x-th village to y-th village with grain of type z. (1 <= n <= 100000, 0 <= m <= 100000, 1 <= x <= n, 1 <= y <= n, 1 <= z <= 100000)
The input ends by n = 0 and m = 0.
For each test case, output n integers. The i-th integer denotes the type that is distributed the most times in the i-th village. If there are multiple types which have the same times of distribution, output the minimal one. If there is no relief grain in a village, just output 0.
1 1 1
1 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 1
2 3 3
1 5 2
3 3 3
- Relief grain