Woburn Challenge 2017-18 Round 1 - Junior Division
Your friend Jim prides himself on doing the best impressions. On this
occasion, he's showing off what Canadians sound like. Unfortunately, his
idea of a Canadian accent simply consists of following words with
eh. Maybe that's not so inaccurate, eh?
Jim is given a single word, a non-empty string ~S~ made up of at most ~10~
lowercase/uppercase letters. He'll then produce his Canadian-ified
version of that word, simply by appending the string
, eh onto the
end of ~S~.
Given ~S~, help Jim determine the resulting string which he should pronounce in order to achieve the perfect Canadian accent!
The first and only line of input consists of a single string, ~S~.
Output a single string, ~S~ with a "Canadian accent" (that is, with
, eh added onto the end).