# Problem: Sleepy Tom Cat

**Tom Cat** likes to sleep all day but, unfortunately, his owner is always playing with him whenever he has free time. In order to sleep well, **the norm of games** that Tom has is **30 000 minutes per year**. The time for games he has **depends on the holidays that his owner has**:

- During
**work days**, his owner plays with him**63 minutes per day**. - During
**holidays**, his owner plays with him**127 minutes per day**.

Write a program that receives **the number of holidays** and prints whether **Tom can sleep well** and how much **the difference from the norm** for the current year is. It is accepted that **there are 365 days in one year**.

**Example**: 20 holidays -> the working days are 345 (365 - 20 = 345). The time for games is 24 275 minutes (345 * 63 + 20 * 127). The difference from the norm is 5 725 minutes (30 000 – 24 275 = 5 725) or 95 hours and 25 minutes.

## Input Data

The input is read from the console and consists of an integer - **the number of holidays** in the range of [**0 … 365**].

## Output Data

**Two lines** have to be printed on the console:

- If Tom's time for games
**is above the norm**for the current year:**On the first line**print:**“Tom will run away”****On the second line**print the difference from the norm in the format:**“{H} hours and {M} minutes more for play”**

- If the time for games of Tom
**is below the norm**for the current year:**On the first line**print:**“Tom sleeps well”****On the second line**print the difference from the norm in the format:**“{H} hours and {M} minutes less for play”**

## Sample Input and Output

Input | Output | Input | Output |
---|---|---|---|

20 | Tom sleeps well 95 hours and 25 minutes less for play |
113 | Tom will run away 3 hours and 47 minutes for play |

## Tips and Tricks

In order to solve the problem, we will read the input data. Then, we will write a few conditional statements and do some calculations. Finally, we will print the result.

### Reading the Input Data

From the task we see that **the input data** will be read only on **the first line** and will be **an integer** in the range of [**0 … 365**]. This is why we will use a variable of ** int** type.

### Calculating Working Days

To solve the problem, **first** we have to calculate **the total minutes** the owner of Tom is playing with him. We see that not only does the sleepy cat has to play with his owner during **the holidays**, but also during **the working days**. **The number** that we read from the console refers to **the holidays**.

Out next step is to **calculate**, with the help of that number, how many **the working days** of the owner are, as without them we cannot receive **the total minutes for play**. As the total number of days per year is **365** and the number of holidays is **X**, that means that the number of working days is **365 - X***. We store **The difference** in a new variable that **only** stores this **value**.

### Calculating Playing Time

Once we have **the number of days for playing**, we can calculate **the time for games** of Tom in minutes. Its **value is equal** to the **result of the multiplication of the working days by 63** minutes (the task specifies that during working days, the time for play is 63 minutes per day), **summed with the result of the multiplication of the holidays by 127** minutes (the task specifies that during holidays, the time for play is 127 minutes per day).

In the task condition we see that we have to **print the difference** between the two values in **hours** and **minutes** as output data. That is why we **subtract** the **total** time for play from the norm of **30 000** minutes and **store** the result in a **new** variable. After that, we **divide** that variable by 60 to get the **hours**, and then, to find out how many the **minutes** are, we use **modular division with the operator %**, as again we divide the variable of the difference by 60.

Here we have to note that if the total **time for play** of Tom is **less** than **30 000**, when **subtracting** the norm from it, we will receive **a negative number**. In order to **neutralize** the number in the division, we use **the method Math.Abs(…)** when finding the difference.

### Checking the Conditions

The time for games is already calculated, which leads us to the **next** step - **comparing** the **time for play** of Tom with the **norm** on which the good sleep of the cat depends. For that we will use an ** if-else** conditional statement. In the

**we will check whether**

`if`

clause**the time for play is more than 30 000**(the norm).

### Processing the Output Data

Whatever the **result** of the conditional statement is, we have to print how much **the difference in hours and minutes** is. We will do that with a **placeholder** and the variables that store the values of the hours and the minutes, as the formatting will be according to the task requirements for output. ****

## Testing in the Judge System

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