
Calendar 
Time Limit: 1000ms, Special Time Limit:2500ms, Memory Limit:32768KB 
Total submit users: 51, Accepted users: 46 
Problem 10019 :
No special judgement

Problem description 
A calendar is a system for measuring time, from hours and minutes, to months and days, and finally to years and centuries. The terms of hour, day, month, year and century are all units of time measurements of a calender system.
According to the Gregorian calendar, which is the civil calendar in use today, years evenly divisible by 4 are leap years, with the exception of centurial years that are not evenly divisible by 400. Therefore, the years 1700, 1800, 1900 and 2100 are not leap years, but 1600, 2000, and 2400 are leap years.
Given the number of days that have elapsed since January 1, 2000 A.D, your mission is to find the date and the day of the week.

Input 
The input consists of lines each containing a positive integer, which is the number of days that have elapsed since January 1, 2000 A.D. The last line contains an integer −1, which should not be processed.
You may assume that the resulting date wonĄŻt be after the year 9999.

Output 
For each test case, output one line containing the date and the day of the week in the format of "YYYYMMDD DayOfWeek", where "DayOfWeek" must be one of "Sunday", "Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday", "Thursday", "Friday" and "Saturday".

Sample Input 
1730
1740
1750
1751
1 
Sample Output 
20040926 Sunday
20041006 Wednesday
20041016 Saturday
20041017 Sunday 
Problem Source 
ShanghaiP 2004

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