Score : $100$ points
AtCoder Grand Contest (AGC), a regularly held contest with a world authority, has been held $54$ times.
Just like the $230$-th ABC ― the one you are in now ― is called
ABC230, the $N$-th AGC is initially named with a zero-padded $3$-digit number $N$. (The $1$-st AGC is
AGC001, the $2$-nd AGC is
However, the latest $54$-th AGC is called
AGC055, where the number is one greater than $54$. Because
AGC042 is canceled and missing due to the social situation, the $42$-th and subsequent contests are assigned numbers that are one greater than the numbers of contests held. (See also the explanations at Sample Inputs and Outputs.)
Here is the problem: given an integer $N$, print the name of the $N$-th AGC in the format
XXX is the zero-padded $3$-digit number.
Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:
Print the name of the $N$-th AGC in the specified format.
As explained in Problem Statement, the $42$-th and subsequent AGCs are assigned numbers that are one greater than the numbers of contests.
Thus, the $42$-th AGC is named
The $41$-th and preceding AGCs are assigned numbers that are equal to the numbers of contests.
Thus, the answer is
As mentioned in Problem Statement, the $1$-st AGC is named
Be sure to pad the number with zeros into a $3$-digit number.