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A kingdom consists of a king, his children, his grandchildren, and so on. Every once in a while, someone in the family dies or a child is born.

The kingdom has a well-defined order of inheritance that consists of the king as the first member. Let's define the recursive function `Successor(x, curOrder)`, which given a person `x` and the inheritance order so far, returns who should be the next person after `x` in the order of inheritance.

```Successor(x, curOrder):
if x has no children or all of x's children are in curOrder:
if x is the king return null
else return Successor(x's parent, curOrder)
else return x's oldest child who's not in curOrder
```

For example, assume we have a kingdom that consists of the king, his children Alice and Bob (Alice is older than Bob), and finally Alice's son Jack.

1. In the beginning, `curOrder` will be `["king"]`.
2. Calling `Successor(king, curOrder)` will return Alice, so we append to `curOrder` to get `["king", "Alice"]`.
3. Calling `Successor(Alice, curOrder)` will return Jack, so we append to `curOrder` to get `["king", "Alice", "Jack"]`.
4. Calling `Successor(Jack, curOrder)` will return Bob, so we append to `curOrder` to get `["king", "Alice", "Jack", "Bob"]`.
5. Calling `Successor(Bob, curOrder)` will return `null`. Thus the order of inheritance will be `["king", "Alice", "Jack", "Bob"]`.

Using the above function, we can always obtain a unique order of inheritance.

Implement the `ThroneInheritance` class:

• `ThroneInheritance(string kingName)` Initializes an object of the `ThroneInheritance` class. The name of the king is given as part of the constructor.
• `void birth(string parentName, string childName)` Indicates that `parentName` gave birth to `childName`.
• `void death(string name)` Indicates the death of `name`. The death of the person doesn't affect the `Successor` function nor the current inheritance order. You can treat it as just marking the person as dead.
• `string[] getInheritanceOrder()` Returns a list representing the current order of inheritance excluding dead people.

Example 1:

```Input
["ThroneInheritance", "birth", "birth", "birth", "birth", "birth", "birth", "getInheritanceOrder", "death", "getInheritanceOrder"]
[["king"], ["king", "andy"], ["king", "bob"], ["king", "catherine"], ["andy", "matthew"], ["bob", "alex"], ["bob", "asha"], [null], ["bob"], [null]]
Output
[null, null, null, null, null, null, null, ["king", "andy", "matthew", "bob", "alex", "asha", "catherine"], null, ["king", "andy", "matthew", "alex", "asha", "catherine"]]

Explanation
ThroneInheritance t= new ThroneInheritance("king"); // order: king
t.birth("king", "andy"); // order: king > andy
t.birth("king", "bob"); // order: king > andy > bob
t.birth("king", "catherine"); // order: king > andy > bob > catherine
t.birth("andy", "matthew"); // order: king > andy > matthew > bob > catherine
t.birth("bob", "alex"); // order: king > andy > matthew > bob > alex > catherine
t.birth("bob", "asha"); // order: king > andy > matthew > bob > alex > asha > catherine
t.getInheritanceOrder(); // return ["king", "andy", "matthew", "bob", "alex", "asha", "catherine"]
t.death("bob"); // order: king > andy > matthew > bob > alex > asha > catherine
t.getInheritanceOrder(); // return ["king", "andy", "matthew", "alex", "asha", "catherine"]
```

Constraints:

• `1 <= kingName.length, parentName.length, childName.length, name.length <= 15`
• `kingName`, `parentName`, `childName`, and `name` consist of lowercase English letters only.
• All arguments `childName` and `kingName` are distinct.
• All `name` arguments of `death` will be passed to either the constructor or as `childName` to `birth` first.
• For each call to `birth(parentName, childName)`, it is guaranteed that `parentName` is alive.
• At most `105` calls will be made to `birth` and `death`.
• At most `10` calls will be made to `getInheritanceOrder`.

class ThroneInheritance { public ThroneInheritance(String kingName) { } public void birth(String parentName, String childName) { } public void death(String name) { } public List<String> getInheritanceOrder() { } } /** * Your ThroneInheritance object will be instantiated and called as such: * ThroneInheritance obj = new ThroneInheritance(kingName); * obj.birth(parentName,childName); * obj.death(name); * List<String> param_3 = obj.getInheritanceOrder(); */