Given a sorted deck of cards numbered 1 to N.
1) We pick up 1 card and put it on the back of the deck.
2) Now, we pick up another card, it turns out to be card number 1, we put it outside the deck.
3) Now we pick up 2 cards and put it on the back of the deck.
4) Now, we pick up another card and it turns out to be card numbered 2, we put it outside the deck. ...
We perform this step until the last card.
If such an arrangement of decks is possible, output the arrangement, if it is not possible for a particular value of N then output -1.
Input: N = 4 Output: 2 1 4 3 Explanation: We initially have [2 1 4 3] In Step1, we move the first card to the end. Deck now is: [1 4 3 2] In Step2, we get 1. Hence we remove it. Deck now is: [4 3 2] In Step3, we move the 2 front cards ony by one to the end ([4 3 2] -> [3 2 4] -> [2 4 3]). Deck now is: [2 4 3] In Step4, we get 2. Hence we remove it. Deck now is: [4 3] In Step5, the following sequence follows: [4 3] -> [3 4] -> [4 3] -> [3 4]. Deck now is: [3 4] In Step6, we get 3. Hence we remove it. Deck now is:  Finally, we're left with a single card and thus, we stop.
Input: N = 5 Output: 3 1 4 5 2
You don't need to read input or print anything. Your task is to complete the function rotation() which takes the integer N as input parameters and returns If such arrangement of decks is possible, return the arrangement, if it is not possible for a particular value of n then return -1.
Expected Time Complexity: O(N^2)
Expected Auxiliary Space: O(1)
1 ≤ N ≤ 1000
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