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# Scientific Notation

**Timelimit: 1**

By M.C. Pinto, UNILA Brazil

Floating point numbers can be very long to show. In these cases, it is convenient to use the scientific notation.

You must write a program that, given a floating point number, shows this number in scientific notation: always show the mantissa sign; always show the mantissa with 4 decimal places; use the character 'E' between the mantissa and the exponent; always show the exponent sign; and show the exponent with at least 2 digits.

The input is a double precision floating point number **X** (according to the IEEE 754-2008 standard). There will never be a number with more than 110 characters long and more than 6 decimal places.

The output is the number **X** in a single line using the scientific notation detailed above. See the examples below.

Input Samples | Output Samples |

3.141592 |
+3.1416E+00 |

1.618033 |
+1.6180E+00 |

602214085774747474747474 |
+6.0221E+23 |

-0.000027 |
-2.7000E-05 |

-10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 |
-1.0000E+100 |