// Guide to Java
// Copyright 2014, by J.T. Streib and T. Soma


// a program to classify a hurricane

import java.util.*;

class ClassifyHurricane {
 public static void main(String[] args) {

    // declaration and initialization of variables
    int windSpeed;
    Scanner scanner;
    scanner = new Scanner(System.in);
      
    // input a wind speed
    System.out.print("Enter the wind speed (mph): ");
    windSpeed = scanner.nextInt();
       
    // determine the category of the hurricane
    if(windSpeed > 155)
       System.out.println("The hurricane is category 5.");
    else
       if(windSpeed >= 131)
          System.out.println("The hurricane is category 4.");
       else
          if(windSpeed >= 111)
             System.out.println("The hurricane is category 3.");
          else
             if(windSpeed >= 96)
                System.out.println("The hurricane is category 2.");
             else
                if(windSpeed >= 74)
                   System.out.println("The hurricane is category 1.");
                else
                   if(windSpeed >= 0)
                      System.out.println("Not a hurricane.");
                   else
                      System.out.println("Invalid wind speed.");
 }
}

// definition of Hurricane class

class Hurricane {
 // data members
 private int windSpeed;
 private int category;
  
 // constructor
 public Hurricane() {  
    category = 0;
    windSpeed = 0;
 }

 // mutator methods
 public void setWindSpeed(int inWindSpeed) {
    windSpeed = inWindSpeed;
 }

 public void setCategory() {
    if(windSpeed > 155)
       category = 5;
    else
       if(windSpeed >= 131)
          category = 4;
       else
          if(windSpeed >= 111)
             category = 3;
          else
             if(windSpeed >= 96)
                category = 2;
             else
                if(windSpeed >= 74)
                   category = 1;
 }

 // accesor methods
 public int getWindSpeed() {
    return windSpeed;
 }

 public int getCategory() {
    return category;
 }
}