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Counting the Counts

By shojib_mu · Limits 1s, 256 MB

Salam is a school teacher. He takes ICT of class 8th. The head of the school wants to know how many students have got A+ in ICT. After calculating two times, he gets two different results. He becomes confused about the number of students who have got A+ in ICT. As a programmer, can you help him?

Now you have to find out that, how many students have got A+ in ICT?

We will consider A+ if a student get more than or equal to 80 marks.

Input

The first line of the input contains a single integer NN (1N1001 \le N \le 100) denoting the number of student.

The second line contains N space-separated integers  A1A_1, A2A_2, ..., ANA_N (0Ai1000 \le A_i \le 100).

Output

Print a single integer with a new line, the number of students who have got A+ in ICT.

Sample

InputOutput
5
80 89 79 100 55

3

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