# Week 3: November 23 – 29. For Loop. Part 2

# Server

You are in charge of a server that needs to run some submitted tasks on a first-come, first-served basis. Each day, you can dedicate the server to run these tasks for at most **t** minutes. Given the time each task takes, you want to know how many of them will be finished today.

Consider the following example. Assume **t** = **180** and the tasks take **45**, **30**, **55**, **20**, **80** and **20** minutes (in order they are submitted). Then, only four tasks can be completed. The first four tasks can be completed because they take **150** minutes, but not the first five, because they take **230** minutes which is greater than **180**. Notice that although there is enough time to perform the sixth task (which takes **20** minutes) after completing the fourth task, you cannot do that because the fifth task is not done yet.

#### Input

The first line contains two integers **n** (**1** ≤ **n** ≤ **50**) and **t** (**1** ≤ **t** ≤ **500**) where **n** is the number of tasks. The next line contains **n** positive integers no more than **100** indicating how long each task takes in order they are submitted.

#### Output

Display the number of tasks that can be completed in **t** minutes on a first-come, first-served basis.

6 180 45 30 55 20 80 20

4

10 60 20 7 10 8 10 27 2 3 10 5

5