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Score : $100$ points

### Problem Statement

Cat Snuke is learning to write characters. Today, he practiced writing digits 1 and 9, but he did it the other way around.

You are given a three-digit integer $n$ written by Snuke. Print the integer obtained by replacing each digit 1 with 9 and each digit 9 with 1 in $n$.

### Constraints

• $111 \leq n \leq 999$
• $n$ is an integer consisting of digits 1 and 9.

### Input

Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:

$n$


### Output

Print the integer obtained by replacing each occurrence of 1 with 9 and each occurrence of 9 with 1 in $n$.

### Sample Input 1

119


### Sample Output 1

991


Replace the 9 in the ones place with 1, the 1 in the tens place with 9 and the 1 in the hundreds place with 9. The answer is 991.

### Sample Input 2

999


### Sample Output 2

111