Score : $100$ points
An elementary school student Takahashi has come to a variety store.
He has two coins, $A$-yen and $B$-yen coins (yen is the currency of Japan), and wants to buy a toy that costs $C$ yen. Can he buy it?
Note that he lives in Takahashi Kingdom, and may have coins that do not exist in Japan.
Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:
$A$ $B$ $C$
If Takahashi can buy the toy, print
Yes; if he cannot, print
50 100 120
He has $50 + 100 = 150$ yen, so he can buy the $120$-yen toy.
500 100 1000
He has $500 + 100 = 600$ yen, but he cannot buy the $1000$-yen toy.
19 123 143
There are $19$-yen and $123$-yen coins in Takahashi Kingdom, which are rather hard to use.
19 123 142