Joro loves a lot to play football. He used to play for his local village club “Pantera” Kaloyanovets. However, he is a programmer now and he is very busy. Now he is able to play only in the holidays and in the weekends.

Joro plays in 1/2 of the holidays and once in the weekends, but not every weekend – only when he is not tired and only when he is not going to his hometown. Joro goes at his hometown h weekends in the year. The other weekends are considered “normal”. Joro is tired in 1/3 of the normal weekends. When Joro is at his hometown, he always plays football with his old friends once, at Sunday. In addition, if the year is leap, Joro plays football 3 more times additionally, in non-weekend days. We assume the year has exactly 52 weekends.

Your task is to write a program that calculates how many times Joro plays football (rounded down to the nearest integer number).

### Input:

The input data should be read from the console. It consists of three input values, each at separate line:

• The string “t” for leap year (366 days) or “f” for year that is not leap (365 days).
• The number p – number of holidays in the year (which are not Saturday or Sunday).
• The number h – number of weekends that Joro spends in his hometown.

The input data will always be valid and in the format described. There is no need to check it explicitly.

### Output:

• The output data must be printed on the console.
• On the only output line you must print an integer representing how many times Joro plays football for a year.

### Constraints:

• The numbers p is in range [0...300] and h is in range [0…52].
• Allowed working time for your program: 0.25 seconds.
• Allowed memory: 16 MB.

### Examples:

+1 vote

Bsically - the comment section solves the task :-) Here is my code:

```using System;

class JoroFootballPlayer
{
static void Main()
{

decimal weekendsInYear = 52;

decimal weekendPlaysWihtoutHoliday = (weekendsInYear - hInHome);
decimal weekendPlays = (weekendPlaysWihtoutHoliday * 0.6666666666666667m);//When he is not tired  - meaning 2/3 of the weekends (1-1/3(tired))
decimal holidayPlays = (pHolidays * 0.5m);
decimal allPlays = Math.Floor(weekendPlays + holidayPlays) + hInHome;

switch (yearType)
{
case "t": Console.WriteLine(allPlays + 3); break;
case "f": Console.WriteLine(allPlays); break;
}
}
}```