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Array Selection I

Adapted by Neilor Tonin, URI Brazil

Timelimit: 1

In this problem, your task is to read an array A[100]. At the end, print all array positions that store a number less or equal to 10 and the number stored in that position.


The input contains 100 numbers. Each number can be integer, floating-point number, positive or negative.


For each number of the array that is equal to 10 or less, print "A [i] = x", where i is the position of the array and x is the number stored in the position, with one digit after the decimal point.

Input Sample Output Sample


A[0] = 0.0
A[1] = -5.0
A[3] = -8.5