Good Evening Golfers!
Your challenge is to completely unsort a series of numbers.
Exactly 100 integers will be fed to your program. Your program may accept the input either as a file, or via stdin. Each integer will be separated by a newline character.
Those 100 integers will range from the minimal to the maximal values of a signed integer in your chosen language.
There will be no duplicate values. The values may be ordered, unordered or partially ordered - your program should be able to handle each case.
The output must be each of the 100 integers, completely unsorted, each separated by a newline character. The output may be via stdout, or to a file.
Completely Unsorted means that no value is adjacent to any value which it would be adjacent to if the list were completely sorted in an ordered sequence.
Pure code-golf. 1 point per character, and lowest score wins. There is a bonus of -100 for any solution using no built in or library sorting functions. There is a bonus of -20 for any solutions using no built in random number functions.
I have tried to define this question as completely as possible. If you have any questions, please ask. If you have any comments on how I could do better next time, please let me know.