Julius Caesar inventes a cryptogram that converts a string to another
string. The rule is that every letter in an original string should be replaced
by the letter which takes the fifth place after it in the alphabet. The
conversion table is as follows:
Original string: A B C D E F G H I
J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Encrypted string: V W X Y Z A B C D E F G H
I J K L M N O P Q R S T U
All letters in original strings are capital. The characters other than
letters remain the same.
- There are no more than 100 datasets. Each dataset consists of three lines.
Starting line: START
Encrypted string: containing 1 to 200 characters
Ending line: END
- For every dataset, output one line, the original string.
NS BFW, JAJSYX TK NRUTWYFSHJ FWJ YMJ WJXZQY TK YWNANFQ HFZXJX
N BTZQI WFYMJW GJ KNWXY NS F QNYYQJ NGJWNFS ANQQFLJ YMFS XJHTSI NS WTRJ
IFSLJW PSTBX KZQQ BJQQ YMFY HFJXFW NX RTWJ IFSLJWTZX YMFS MJ
IN WAR, EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE ARE THE RESULT OF TRIVIAL CAUSES
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