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J.P. Flathead’s Grocery Store hires cheap labor to man the checkout stations. The people he hires (usually high school kids) often make mistakes making change for the customers. Flathead, who’s a bit of a tightwad, figures he loses more money from these
mistakes than he makes; that is, the employees tend to give more change to the customers than they should get.
Flathead wants you to write a program that calculates the number of quarters ($0.25), dimes ($0.10), nickels ($0.05) and pennies ($0.01) that the customer should get back. Flathead always wants to give the customer’s change in coins if the amount due back
is $5.00 or under. He also wants to give the customers back the smallest total number of coins. For example, if the change due back is $1.24, the customer should receive 4 quarters, 2 dimes, 0 nickels, and 4 pennies.
The first line of input contains an integer N which is the number of datasets that follow. Each dataset consists of a single line containing a single integer which is the change due in cents, C, (1 ≤ C ≤
For each dataset, print out the dataset number, a space, and the string:
Where Q is he number of quarters, D is the number of dimes, n is the number of nickels and P is the number of pennies.
3 124 25 194
1 4 QUARTER(S), 2 DIME(S), 0 NICKEL(S), 4 PENNY(S) 2 1 QUARTER(S), 0 DIME(S), 0 NICKEL(S), 0 PENNY(S) 3 7 QUARTER(S), 1 DIME(S), 1 NICKEL(S), 4 PENNY(S)
using namespace std;
printf("%d %d QUARTER(S), %d DIME(S), %d NICKEL(S), %d PENNY(S)\n",i,k,k,k,k);