Mr A doesn't believe that characters are stored as integers. You want to prove him wrong.
Write a program to convert characters to their ASCII representation.
The first line of input consists of a single number, n. This denotes the number of letters that follows. n is between 1 and 10000.
For the following n lines of input, there will be a single character in each line.
Output the ASCII representation of the input in decimal (base 10) format.
You can print the number out directly after you input it. No need to store everything.