author: USACO 原OJ链接：https://acm.sjtu.edu.cn/OnlineJudge-old/problem/1330
An arithmetic progression is a sequence of the form a, a+b, a+2b, ..., a+nb where n=0,1,2,3,... . For this problem, a is a non-negative integer and b is a positive integer.
Write a program that finds all arithmetic progressions of length n in the set S of bisquares. The set of bisquares is defined as the set of all integers of the form p^2 + q^2 (where p and q are non-negative integers).
Time Limit: 1.5s
Line 1: N (3 <= N <= 25), the length of progressions for which to search
Line 2: M (1 <= M <= 250), an upper bound to limit the search to the bisquares with 0 <= p,q <= M.
If no sequence is found, a singe line reading `NONE'. Otherwise, output one or more lines, each with two integers: the first element in a found sequence and the difference between consecutive elements in the same sequence. The lines should be ordered with smallest-difference sequences first and smallest starting number within those sequences first.
There will be no more than 10,000 sequences.
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