The Mayas were people that lived mainly in the south of the place that today is Mexico and in Central America, establishing one of the most important mesoamerican cultures before the arrival of the Spaniards. The Mayas developed the concept of zero, and their sophisticated mathematics used a vigesimal system of numeration (that is, in base 20).

The numerals were formed by three symbols; the zero (with form of shell), the one (with form of point) and the five (with form of horizontal bar). For instance, number thirteen was written with three points disposed horizontally above of two bars, one over the other one. The following figure shows how the numbers from zero to nineteen were represented:

The numbers after the nineteenth were written vertically towards up in
powers of twenty. For instance, the thirty-three was written like twenty over thirteen,
that is, a point (twenty) over three points (three) over two bars (ten). Thus, 33 = 1 · 20^{1} + 13 · 20^{0}
= 1 · 20 + (3 + 2 · 5). On arriving at 400, another power of
twenty was used. The Mayas wrote then 649 like a point over two points over two bars over four
points over one bar, since 649 = 1 · 20^{2} + 12 · 20^{1} + 9 ·
20^{0} = 1 · 400 + (2 + 2 · 5) · 20 + (4 + 1 · 5).

The following picture shows an engraving
of the 2nd century found at La Mojarra, near Veracruz. The first column contains
the number 1326589, corresponding to 8·20^{4}+5·20^{3}+16·20^{2}+9·20+9.

Your task is to write a program that reads numbers and prints them using the maya system.

**Input**

The input is a sequence of natural numbers.

**Output**

Your program must print each natural number of the sequence in decimal and in the maya system,
following the instances of the format. The shell is that represents 0 must be written
as a “`zero`”. A horitzontal bar is formed by five dashes (no underlines).

Public test cases

**Input**

13 33 649 0 1326589

**Output**

13 ... ----- ----- 33 . ... ----- ----- 649 . .. ----- ----- .... ----- 0 zero 1326589 ... ----- ----- . ----- ----- ----- .... ----- .... -----

**Input**

160000

**Output**

160000 . zero zero zero zero

**Input**

**Output**

Information

- Author
- Professorat de P1
- Language
- English
- Translator
- Carlos Molina
- Original language
- Catalan
- Other languages
- Catalan
- Official solutions
- C++
- User solutions
- C++