Help with code, C++

The value of the above table is defined as .

(Note:  represents the greatest integer smaller than . E.g. )

Fluffy’s homework is to find the minimum number of 90° clockwise rotations to maximise the value of the table.

A 90° clockwise rotation looks like the following:

In the above example, the table’s initial value is  while the table’s value after one rotation is .

Help Fluffy with his homework!

Input Format

There are two lines of input.

  • The first line contains two integers  and .

  • The second line contains two integers  and .

Constraints

Output Format

Output an integer , the minimum number of 90° clockwise rotations needed to maximise the table’s value.

Sample Input

1 2
3 4

Sample Output

2

Explanation

After 2 rotations, the table’s value is , which is the maximum possible.

(How do I solve that in C++?)

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