A positive Walk conveys addition with count W = +1 and a positive Jump

conveys addition with count J = +2 . A negative Walk conveys subtraction with
count W = - 1 and negative Jump conveys subtraction with count J = - 2 .
An Outer Count ' O ' is directly related to value obtained either by ' + J '

or ' - J ' but not to value obtained either by ' + W ' or ' - W ' from any integer .

Example : From integer 8 , a positive Walk imparts 8 + W = 9 and a

negative Walk imparts 8 - W = 7 . Again , from 8 a positive Jump imparts

8 + J = 10 , a negative Jump from 8 imparts 8 - J = 6 . A positive Outer Count

' + O ' from 8 = 11 is directly related to value 10 obtained by + J from 8 Similarly , a negative Outer Count ' - O ' from 8 = 5 is directly related to value 6 after - J from 8 .

QUESTION 1)

Find the value resulting after negative Jump from positive Outer Count of 23 .

QUESTION 2) Find the value resulting after positive Jump from negative Outer Count of 23 .

Calculate the sum of results gained by both questions .

DETAILS : The puzzle holds true for all integers when individually selected .

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