## USACO 2016 January Contest, Silver

## Problem 2. Subsequences Summing to Sevens

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Farmer John's $N$ cows are standing in a row, as they have a tendency to do from
time to time. Each cow is labeled with a distinct integer ID number so FJ can
tell them apart. FJ would like to take a photo of a contiguous group of cows
but, due to a traumatic childhood incident involving the numbers $1 \ldots 6$,
he only wants to take a picture of a group of cows if their IDs add up to a
multiple of 7.

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Please help FJ determine the size of the largest group he can photograph.

#### INPUT FORMAT (file div7.in):

The first line of input contains $N$ ($1 \leq N \leq 50,000$). The next $N$ lines each contain the $N$ integer IDs of the cows (all are in the range $0 \ldots 1,000,000$).#### OUTPUT FORMAT (file div7.out):

Please output the number of cows in the largest consecutive group whose IDs sum to a multiple of 7. If no such group exists, output 0.You may want to note that the sum of the IDs of a large group of cows might be too large to fit into a standard 32-bit integer. If you are summing up large groups of IDs, you may therefore want to use a larger integer data type, like a 64-bit "long long" in C/C++.

#### SAMPLE INPUT:

7 3 5 1 6 2 14 10

#### SAMPLE OUTPUT:

5

In this example, 5+1+6+2+14 = 28.

Problem credits: Brian Dean