# Doubles

Time Limit: 1 Second Memory Limit: 32768 KB

As part of an arithmetic competency program, your students will be given randomly generated lists of from 2 to 15 unique positive integers and asked to determine how many items in each list are twice some other item in the same list. You will need a program to help you with the grading. This program should be able to scan the lists and output the correct answer for each one. For example, given the list
1 4 3 2 9 7 18 22

your program should answer 3, as 2 is twice 1, 4 is twice 2, and 18 is twice
9.

## Input

The input file will consist of one or more lists of numbers. There will be one list of numbers per line. Each list will contain from 2 to 15 unique positive integers. No integer will be larger than 99. Each line will be terminated with the integer 0, which is not considered part of the list. A line with the single number -1 will mark the end of the file. The example input below shows 3 separate lists. Some lists may not contain any doubles.

## Output

The output will consist of one line per input list, containing a count of the items that are double some other item.

## Sample Input

1 4 3 2 9 7 18 22 0 2 4 8 10 0 7 5 11 13 1 3 0 -1

## Sample Output

3 2 0Submit

Source: Mid-Central USA 2003