To compensate for the lack of plant life at SAC, Mr. DeMello has taken up gardening!
More specifically, he has ~N~ plants that each have a height, ~H_i~, in centimetres.
Every time he waters his plants, all of them grow ~C~ centimetres taller.
Given that Mr. DeMello teaches a math course, he forgot his addition tables and asked you to calculate the new lengths of the plants after watering them twice.
Can you help Mr. DeMello?
~1 \le N, H_i, C \le 100~
The first line will contain an integer, ~N~, the number of plants Mr. DeMello cares for.
The second line will contain an integer, ~C~, the length that the plants grow after being watered once.
The third line will contain ~N~ space-separated integers, ~H_i~, representing the initial heights of the plants.
Output ~N~ integers, the new heights of the plants after being watered twice in centimetres.
5 3 1 2 3 4 5
7 8 9 10 11