### COCI 2006/2007, Contest #5

While the players are resting between sets, the station puts on tedious commercials. Zvonko fires up the teletext feature on his TV set and is reviewing the latest scores and standings in the football league. Always sharp, he has come up with a new mathematical game.

The standings table contains five statistics for each team: the total number of games played, how many of those games the team won, drew and lost, and points earned. A team earns 3 points for every win and 1 point for every draw.

Zvonko noticed that the values of some fields can be determined from the others. Write a program that takes in a table in which the values of some fields are unknown, and fills in the missing fields.

The data for different teams is not related. For example, it is possible that the table says all teams have won all their games (although that is not possible in a real league).

Each team will have played at most 100 games (even though that can be one of the missing fields).

### Input

The first line contains an integer N (1 ≤ N ≤ 1000), the number of teams in the league.

Each of the following N lines contains the 5 fields for one team separated by single spaces, containing the 5 pieces of data as described in the problem statement. Each field contains an integer (at least 0), or the character '?' (question mark) if the value is not known.

The input will be consistent and there will be a unique way to determine the values of the missing fields.

### Output

Output the table with the missing fields filled in.

```5
27 21 3 3 66
27 18 6 3 ?
? 15 5 7 50
? 14 7 5 ?
? 14 ? 8 47
```

### Sample Output

```27 21 3 3 66
27 18 6 3 60
27 15 5 7 50
26 14 7 5 49
27 14 5 8 47
```

Point Value: 10 (partial)
Time Limit: 1.00s
Memory Limit: 32M
Added: Jul 14, 2013

Languages Allowed:
C++03, PAS, C, HASK, ASM, RUBY, PYTH2, JAVA, PHP, SCM, CAML, PERL, C#, C++11, PYTH3

• (2/0)
 and there will be a unique way to determine the values of the missing fields

I don't think the test data considers this.

• (2/0)
You are not fully considering the fact that there can only be 100 games played.
The following test case:

1
? ? ? ? 300

will fail your code. There is only one correct answer:

100 100 0 0 300

• (2/0)
Oh, that explains it. Thanks Brian

• (0/0)
Can there be more than 2 pieces of hidden information (like 3 3 ? ? ?, or even 0 ? ? ? ?)? The answer is unique, but will such an occurrence happen in the testing of the program?