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In the official British written word format for numbers, tens and units are separated by a hyphen, and hundreds are separated from tens or units by the word "and". For example the number 123 would be written "one hundred and twenty-three". Large numbers are written in "triads" (groups of three digits) followed by the appropriate suffixes. For example 123456 is "one hundred and twenty-three thousand four hundred and fifty-six". As a special case, if the final triad of a large number has a tens or units component but no hundreds component, it needs an "and". Thus 1001001 is "one million one thousand and one".
Your task is to write a program that produces correct British written format for numbers of up to 9 digits (less than one "short" billion). Note that the correct spellings are "fifteen" and "fifty" ('f' instead of 'v'), and "forty" (no 'u').
Input will consist of specifications for a series of tests. Information for each test is a single line containing an integer 1 <= n < 1000000000 that specifies the value to process. A line containing the value 0 terminates the input.
Output should consist of one line for each test comprising the test number (formatted as shown) followed by a single space and the correct British word form of the input value, with a single space between words.
123 1001001 900090009 0
Test 1: one hundred and twenty-three Test 2: one million one thousand and one Test 3: nine hundred million ninety thousand and nine