If a machine can save only 3 significant digits, the float numbers 12300 and 12358.9 are considered equal since they are both saved as 0.123*105 with simple chopping. Now given the number of significant digits on a machine and two float numbers, you are supposed to tell if they are treated equal in that machine.
Each input file contains one test case which gives three numbers N, A and B, where N (<100) is the number of significant digits, and A and B are the two float numbers to be compared. Each float number is non-negative, no greater than 10100, and that its total digit number is less than 100.
For each test case, print in a line “YES” if the two numbers are treated equal, and then the number in the standard form “0.d1…dN*10^k” (d1>0 unless the number is 0); or “NO” if they are not treated equal, and then the two numbers in their standard form. All the terms must be separated by a space, with no extra space at the end of a line.
Note: Simple chopping is assumed without rounding.
Sample Input 1:
3 12300 12358.9
Sample Output 1:
Sample Input 2:
3 120 128
Sample Output 2:
NO 0.12010^3 0.128*10^3