Problem Statement 
 Given a closed path in the plane (which may intersect itself or even retrace
itself), each point that is not on the path has a unique "winding number" that
tells how many times the path winds around that point. As the path is traced
out, the direction from the point to the path changes continuously and after the
path has been completed the total change is an
integral number of complete rotations. A negative result indicates that the
path wound around the point in a clockwise direction.
For example in the following diagram where paths are straight line segments from number to number,
 For the path 13421 the winding number of P is 1

For the path 13421231 the winding number of P is 0 (+1 + 1 = 0)

For the path 124312431 the winding number of P is 2

For the path 421234 the winding number of P is 0
1 2
P
3 4
We are interested in the winding numbers for the points along the x axis. We are given the vertices
of a piecewise linear closed path in the order in which
the path is traced (the final segment is the one from the last given vertex to
the first given vertex). Create a class AllWoundUp that contains a method
maxWind that is given the vertices in
int[]s x and y and that returns the largest nonnegative
winding number among all the points on the x axis (that are not on the path).


Definition 
 Class:  AllWoundUp  Method:  maxWind  Parameters:  int[], int[]  Returns:  int  Method signature:  int maxWind(int[] x, int[] y)  (be sure your method is public) 




Constraints 
  x contains between 1 and 50 elements, inclusive. 
  y contains the same number of elements as x. 
  Each element of x and of y is between 1000 and 1000, inclusive. 

Examples 
0)  
  Returns: 0 
This closed path has 2 segments that retrace each other. All points in the
plane that are not on the path have a winding number of 0.



1)  
  Returns: 0 
This closed path has one region (inside the triangle (2,0),(3,0),(3,1)) in
which all the points have a winding number of 1,
and another triangular region with a winding number of
1. But no point on the x axis is in either of these regions. 


2)  
  Returns: 2 
This path, in addition to its exterior, has 4 regions with a winding number of 1,
and 1 region with a winding number of 2. The section of the x axis between 1/2 and
1 is in that region. 


3)  
 { 0,1000, 500, 0,1000, 500, 500,1000, 0, 500,1000, 0}
 {100,100, 100,100,100, 100, 100,100,100, 100,100,100} 
 Returns: 0 
This path winds around its interior region 2 times counterclockwise, but
then backtracks winding around its interior region 2 times clockwise. As a
result both its exterior and its one interior region have winding number 0.


