Your manager gave you a text file with many lines of numbers to format and print. For each row of space-separated doubles, format and print the numbers using the specifications in the Output Format section below.
The first line contains an integer, , the number of test cases.
Each of the subsequent lines describes a test case as space-separated floating-point numbers: , , and , respectively.
Each number will fit into a double.
For each test case, print lines containing the formatted , , and , respectively. Each , , and must be formatted as follows:
: Strip its decimal (i.e., truncate it) and print its hexadecimal representation (including the prefix) in lower case letters.
: Print it to a scale of decimal places, preceded by a or sign (indicating if it's positive or negative), right justified, and left-padded with underscores so that the printed result is exactly characters wide.
: Print it to a scale of exactly nine decimal places, expressed in scientific notation using upper case.
100.345 2006.008 2331.41592653498
For the first line of output, (in reverse, ).
The second and third lines of output are formatted as described in the Output Format section.