Codeforces 1255B. Fridge Lockers
Hanh lives in a shared apartment. There are nn people (including Hanh) living there, each has a private fridge.
nn fridges are secured by several steel chains. Each steel chain connects two different fridges and is protected by a digital lock. The owner of a fridge knows passcodes of all chains connected to it. A fridge can be open only if all chains connected to it are unlocked. For example, if a fridge has no chains connected to it at all, then any of nn people can open it.
For exampe, in the picture there are n=4n=4 people and 55 chains. The first person knows passcodes of two chains: 1−41−4 and 1−21−2**. The fridge** 11 can be open by its owner (the person 11**), also two people** 22 and 44 (acting together) can open it.The weights of these fridges are a1,a2,…,ana1,a2,…,an. To make a steel chain connecting fridges uu and vv, you have to pay au**+av**au+av dollars. Note that the landlord allows you to create multiple chains connecting the same pair of fridges.
Hanh’s apartment landlord asks you to create exactly mm steel chains so that all fridges are private. A fridge is private if and only if, among nn people living in the apartment, only the owner can open it (i.e. no other person acting alone can do it). In other words, the fridge ii is not private if there exists the person jj (i≠ji≠j) that the person jj can open the fridge ii.
For example, in the picture all the fridges are private. On the other hand, if there are n=2n=2 fridges and only one chain (which connects them) then both fridges are not private (both fridges can be open not only by its owner but also by another person).
Of course, the landlord wants to minimize the total cost of all steel chains to fulfill his request. Determine whether there exists any way to make exactly mm chains, and if yes, output any solution that minimizes the total cost.
Each test contains multiple test cases. The first line contains the number of test cases TT (1≤T≤101≤T≤10). Then the descriptions of the test cases follow.
The first line of each test case contains two integers nn, mm (2≤n≤10002≤n≤1000, 1≤m≤n1≤m≤n) — the number of people living in Hanh’s apartment and the number of steel chains that the landlord requires, respectively.
The second line of each test case contains nn integers a1**,a2**,…,ana1,a2,…,an (0≤ai≤1040≤ai≤104) — weights of all fridges.
For each test case:
- If there is no solution, print a single integer −1−1.
- Otherwise, print a single integer cc — the minimum total cost. The ii-th of the next mm lines contains two integers uiui and vivi (1≤ui**,vi≤n1≤ui,vi≤n, ui≠vi**ui≠vi), meaning that the ii-th steel chain connects fridges uiui and vivi. An arbitrary number of chains can be between a pair of fridges.
If there are multiple answers, print any.