# Parsing Hex

This problem is simple. Just search the input for hexadecimal numbers, and print any numbers you find in both hexadecimal and decimal format.

## Input

Input is a sequence of at most $100$ text lines, ending at end of
file. Each line has at most 100 characters, and may contain one
or more hexadecimal numbers. No hexadecimal number spans
multiple lines. A hexidecimal number begins with ‘`0x`’ or ‘`0X`’ (that’s a number zero
followed by a letter x), followed by a string of hexadecimal
digits ($0$–$9$, a–f, or A–F). A hexadecimal
number should be as long as possible, but no hexadecimal number
in the input is greater than `0xffffffff`. No
two hexadecimal numbers are adjacent on any line.

## Output

For each hexadecimal number (in the order they appear in the input), print a line containing the hexadecimal number as it appeared in the input and its non-negative decimal equivalent.

Sample Input 1 | Sample Output 1 |
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uyzrr0x5206aBCtrrwm0Xa8aD4poqwqr pqovx0x6d3e6-+ 230xB6fcgmmm |
0x5206aBC 86010556 0Xa8aD4 690900 0x6d3e6 447462 0xB6fc 46844 |