You are probably familiar with the binary representation of inte- The binary representation of a number is unique, but obviously, the signed binary representation is not. In certain applications (e.g. cryptography), one seeks to write a number n in signed binary rep- resentation with as few non-zero digits as possible. For example, we consider the representation (1, 0, 0, -1) to be a better representation of n = 7 than (1, 1, 1). Your task is to write a program which will find such a minimal representation. Input ∑ gers, i.e. writing a nonnegative integer n as either 0 or 1. In this problem, we consider a so called signed binary “Increase my killing power, eh?” — Homer Simpson ∑ representation, in which we still write n as on the values -1, 0 and 1. We write a signed binary representation of a number as a vector (ak, ak−1, . . . , a1, a0). For instance, n = 13 can be represented as (1, 0, 0, −1, −1) = 24 − 21 − 20. ai2i, where each ai is ai2i, but allow ai to take The input consists of several test cases (at most 25), one per line. Each test case consists of a positive integer n ≤ 250000 written in binary without leading zeros. The input is terminated by a case where n = 0, which should not be processed. Output For each line of input, output one line containing the signed binary representation of n that has the minimum number of non-zero digits, using the characters ‘-’ for -1, ‘0’ for 0 and ‘+’ for +1. The number should be written without leading zeros. If there are several possible answers, output the one that is lexicographically smallest (by the ASCII ordering). Sample Input 10000 1111 10111 0 Sample Output +0000 +000- ++00-