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## age1 – Name and Age (easy version)

Write a program that reads a string and an integer
and prints a name and age message.

## Input and Output

Input will consist of a single line containing
a string *n* and a natural number *a* where

|n| ≤ 30, i.e.: the string *n* is no more than 30 characters

0 ≤ *a* ≤ 180

Your program should produce a single line containing the message:

```
<n> is <a> years old.
```

with `<n>`

replaced by *n* and `<a>`

replaced by *a*.

### Example input 1

```
John 23
```

### Example output 1

```
John is 23 years old.
```

### Example input 2

```
Jane 32
```

### Example output 2

```
Jane is 32 years old.
```

### Scoring

- 2/10: produces the correct sum for the above examples in an incorrect format
- 4/10: produces the correct sum for the above examples in the correct format
- 10/10: works for other examples

### Hints

Input is given on a single line as shown above, e.g.: `John 23`

,
that is “John[space]23[enter]”.
If you are having trouble with this exercise,
check this explanation on
how to read two values on a single line
in Python, C and Haskell.

This exercise is easier if you solve
hello, hi1 and repeat1 first.

try first: repeat1 hi1

try also: swap1

try next: triple1 inc1

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