Kushan has the Google Nexus 6P, the latest flagship Android Smartphone. He waited a long time for technology to advance to his preferences. A version of Moore's law states that the performance of technology doubles every 24 months (2 years). The Nexus 6P has a processor clock speed of 2.0 GHz. Using the law explained and the clock speed of the Nexus 6P processor, help Kushan find the soonest time when he can get a phone with a GHz or better processor. Output the time he has to wait in years, months, weeks and days. Assume 365 days in a year, 30 days in a month and 7 days in a week. (Yes, that means that there are 12 months and 5 days in a year). If you had to wait 720 days, you would output `1Y 11M 3W 4D`

. If any one of the time units are 0, omit both the number and the unit. E.g. `1Y`

instead of `1Y 0M 0W 0D`

. If he has to wait 0 years, 0 months, 0 weeks and 0 days, output `Now!`

.

#### Input Specification

#### Output Specification

The time to wait until a phone with a GHz processor can be bought, or `Now!`

if the time to wait is 0.

#### Sample Input 1

`4.0`

#### Sample Output 1

`2Y`

#### Explanation for Sample Output 1

Kushan has to wait 2 years for the clock speed to double from 2.0 GHz to 4.0 GHz.

#### Sample Input 2

`2.828427124`

#### Sample Output 2

`1Y`

## Comments

Why is there 2 Sample Input 2?

There are two sample inputs with two respective outputs. If that's what you mean. Two sample test cases to help you make sure that your program is correct.

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