A common typing error is to place your hands on the keyboard one row
to the right of the correct position. Then ``Q'' is typed as ``W'' and
``J'' is typed as ``K'' and so on. Your task is to decode a message typed
in this manner.
Input consists of several lines of text. Each line may contain digits,
spaces, uppercase letters (except ``Q'', ``A'', ``Z''), or punctuation shown above
[except back-quote (`)]. Keys labeled with words [Tab, BackSp,
Control, etc.] are not represented in the input.