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I don't even… I only odd!

Your task is simple: write a program that receives an integer as input and outputs it if it was odd, and does nothing otherwise. The challenge is, that you can only use odd printable ascii characters !#')+/13579;=?ACEGIKMOQSUWY[]_acegikmoqsuwy{}, as well as the whitespace characters <TAB> and <CR> (no <Space>). Programming languages with their own symbol table are excluded from this challenge.

You can optionally append a trailing newline to the output.

This is code-golf, shortest answer in (odd) bytes wins.

Stadard loopholes are forbidden.

Example input > output:

13 > 13

42 >