# PAT (Advanced Level)-1027. Colors in Mars (20)

PAT (Advanced Level)-1027. Colors in Mars (20)

## 1027. Colors in Mars (20)

400 ms

65536 kB

16000 B

People in Mars represent the colors in their computers in a similar way as the Earth people. That is, a color is represented by a 6-digit number, where the first 2 digits are for Red, the middle 2 digits for Green, and the last 2 digits for Blue. The only difference is that they use radix 13 (0-9 and A-C) instead of 16. Now given a color in three decimal numbers (each between 0 and 168), you are supposed to output their Mars RGB values.

### Input

Each input file contains one test case which occupies a line containing the three decimal color values.

### Output

For each test case you should output the Mars RGB value in the following format: first output “#”, then followed by a 6-digit number where all the English characters must be upper-cased. If a single color is only 1-digit long, you must print a “0” to the left.

### Sample Input

``15 43 71``

### Sample Output

``#123456``

## 完整代码

``````#include<iostream>
#include<string>
#include<cstring>

std::string mars_base[] = { "0","1","2","3","4","5","6","7","8","9","A","B","C" };

std::string transform_to_mars(int n)
{
std::string RGB_mars;
int base = 0, higher = 0;
base = n % 13;
higher = n / 13;

RGB_mars = mars_base[higher] + mars_base[base];

return RGB_mars;
}

int main()
{
int R, G, B;
std::cin >> R >> G >> B;

std::string mR, mG, mB;
mR = transform_to_mars(R);
mG = transform_to_mars(G);
mB = transform_to_mars(B);

std::cout << "#" << mR << mG << mB << std::endl;

return 0;
}``````