# 1058 A+B in Hogwarts （20 分）

If you are a fan of Harry Potter, you would know the world of magic has its own currency system -- as Hagrid explained it to Harry, "Seventeen silver Sickles to a Galleon and twenty-nine Knuts to a Sickle, it's easy enough." Your job is to write a program to compute A+B where A and B are given in the standard form of Galleon.Sickle.Knut (Galleon is an integer in [0,10​7​​], Sickle is an integer in [0, 17), and Knut is an integer in [0, 29)).

### Input Specification:

Each input file contains one test case which occupies a line with A and B in the standard form, separated by one space.

### Output Specification:

For each test case you should output the sum of A and B in one line, with the same format as the input.

### Sample Input:

3.2.1 10.16.27


### Sample Output:

14.1.28

#include<cstdio>
long long  Galleon = 17 * 29;
long long  Sickle = 29;
int main(int argc, char const *argv[])
{
long long  a1, b1, c1;
long long  a2, b2, c2;
scanf("%lld.%lld.%lld %lld.%lld.%lld", &a1, &b1, &c1, &a2, &b2, &c2);
long long  sum = (a1 + a2) * Galleon + (b1 + b2) * Sickle + (c1 + c2);
printf("%lld.%lld.%lld\n", sum / Galleon, sum % Galleon / Sickle, sum % Sickle);
return 0;
}

#include<cstdio>
int main(int argc, char const *argv[])
{
int a[3],b[3],c[3];
scanf("%d.%d.%d %d.%d.%d", &a[0], &a[1], &a[2], &b[0], &b[1], &b[2]);
int carry = 0;
c[2] = (a[2] + b[2]) % 29;
carry = (a[2] + b[2]) / 29;
c[1] =(a[1] + b[1] + carry) % 17;
carry =(a[1] +b[1] + carry) / 17;
c[0] =a[0] + b[0] +carry;
printf("%d.%d.%d\n", c[0], c[1], c[2]);
return 0;
}