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##### Canadian Computing Competition: 2018 Stage 1, Junior #3

You decide to go for a very long drive on a very straight road. Along this road are five cities. As you travel, you record the distance between each pair of consecutive cities.

You would like to calculate a distance table that indicates the distance between any two of the cities you have encountered.

#### Input Specification

The first line contains positive integers less than , each representing the distances between consecutive pairs of consecutive cities: specifically, the th integer represents the distance between city and city .

#### Output Specification

The output should be lines, with the th line containing the distance from city to cities in order, separated by one space.

#### Sample Input

`3 10 12 5`

#### Sample Output

```
0 3 13 25 30
3 0 10 22 27
13 10 0 12 17
25 22 12 0 5
30 27 17 5 0
```

#### Explanation for Sample Output

The first line of output contains:

- , since the distance from city to city is ;
- , since the distance between city and city is ;
- , since the distance between city and city is ;
- , since the distance between city and city is ;
- , since the distance between city and city is .

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