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Unformatted text preview: that the earliest lexigraphically shall be the canonical number. (Their lexigraphical ordering was the same as ASCII, amazingly). The length includes all characters, including a single space that follows each digit or op-eration but the last. Thus, the shortest possible representations of 13 are: r three ten + four nine + six seven + seven six + nine four + ten three + and of these, four nine + is the earliest and thus canonical representation of 13. Your task is to translate numbers from our Arabic repre-sentation to the canonical Pagong representation. Each input number will be on a line by itself, and the output Sheet1 Page 2 should consist of lines each containing just one canon-ical Pagong number. All numbers will be 1000 or less, and there will be fewer than five hundred numbers in the input set. Sample input: 5 101 64 Sample output: five one ten ten * + eight eight *...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2011 for the course IT 201 taught by Professor K.v.arya during the Spring '11 term at IIT Kanpur.
- Spring '11