### Problem Statement

A group of people stand before you arranged in rows and columns. Looking from above, they form an R by C rectangle of people. You will be given a String[] people containing the height of each person. Elements of people correspond to rows in the rectangle. Each element contains a space-delimited list of integers representing the heights of the people in that row. Your job is to return 2 specific heights in a int[]. The first is computed by finding the shortest person in each row, and then finding the tallest person among them (the "tallest-of-the-shortest"). The second is computed by finding the tallest person in each column, and then finding the shortest person among them (the "shortest-of-the-tallest").

### Definition

 Class: TallPeople Method: getPeople Parameters: String[] Returns: int[] Method signature: int[] getPeople(String[] people) (be sure your method is public)

### Constraints

-people will contain between 2 and 50 elements inclusive.
-Each element of people will contain between 3 and 50 characters inclusive.
-Each element of people will be a single space-delimited list of positive integers such that:

1) Each positive integer is between 1 and 1000 inclusive with no extra leading zeros.

2) Each element contains the same number of integers.

3) Each element contains at least 2 positive integers.

4) Each element does not contain leading or trailing whitespace.

### Examples

0)

 ```{"9 2 3", "4 8 7"}```
`Returns: { 4,  7 }`
 The heights 2 and 4 are the shortest from the rows, so 4 is the taller of the two. The heights 9, 8, and 7 are the tallest from the columns, so 7 is the shortest of the 3.
1)

 ```{"1 2", "4 5", "3 6"}```
`Returns: { 4,  4 }`
2)

 ```{"1 1", "1 1"}```
`Returns: { 1,  1 }`

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