### I-number

Time Limit: 5000 ms
Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

#### Problem Description

The I-number of x is defined to be an integer y, which satisfied the the conditions below:

Given x, you\'re required to calculate the I-number of x.

**1.**y>x;**2.**the sum of each digit of y(under base 10) is the multiple of 10;**3.**among all integers that satisfy the two conditions above, y shouble be the minimum.Given x, you\'re required to calculate the I-number of x.

#### Input

An integer T(T≤100) will exist in the first line of input, indicating the number of test cases.

The following T lines describe all the queries, each with a positive integer x. The length of x will not exceed 10

The following T lines describe all the queries, each with a positive integer x. The length of x will not exceed 10

^{5}.#### Output

Output the I-number of x for each query.

#### Sample Input

1 202

#### Sample Output

208

#### Hint

#### Source

2013 Multi-University Training Contest 1