Time Limit: 1000MS
Memory Limit: 65535KB
In college, a student may take several courses. for each course i, he earns a certain credit (Ci), and a mark ranging from A to F, which is comparable to a score (Si), according to the following conversion table:
The GPA is the weighted average score of all courses one student may take, if we treat the credit as the weight. In other words,
An additional treatment is taken for special cases. Some courses are based on ``Pass/Not pass'' policy, where students earn a mark ``P'' for ``Pass'' and a mark ``N'' for ``Not pass''. Such courses are not supposed to be considered in computation. These special courses must be ignored for computing the correct GPA.
Specially, if a student's credit in GPA computation is 0,his/her GPA will be ``0.00''.
There are several test cases, please process till EOF.
Each test case starts with a line containing one integer N (1 ≤ N ≤ 1000), the number of courses.
Then follows N lines, each consisting the credit and the mark of one course. Credit is a positive integer and less than 10.
For the first test case:
For the second test case: because credit in GPA computation is 0(P/N in additional treatment), so his/her GPA is ``0.00''.