Annual Parade

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In the magic land, there is an annual parade hold on each spring.
There are N cities in magic land, and M directed roads between cities.
On the parade, there will be some(may be 0) heroes travel in this land, for each hero:
He start at city begin[i], traveling to some cities, and finish at city end[i]. Note that: begin[i] may be equals to end[i], but he must at least moved to another city during this travel. He can go on one road many times, but it will have a cost for each time.
The cost of this parade is the sum of these items:
1. The sum of costs by traveling on roads. (If a road is passed by k heroes, then it must be count k times.)
2. If for a hero, he ended at a city that not equals to his start city, i.e. begin[i] != end[i], then it will cost C dollars to move him back to his home.
3. If for a city, there is no heroes visited, then we must pay for the citizen C dollars as compensate.
The value of C may change every year, and we can predict this value in the following K years.
Your task is: calculate the minimal cost of each year.
Input
In the first line, there are 3 integers: N, M and K.
In the following M lines:
there will be 3 integers: S[i], T[i], and V[i], describing a directed road from S[i] to T[i], cost V[i] dollars.
In the next K lines:
There will be an integer: C[i], describing the value of C in that year.
Output
Output K lines:
each line contain an integer, corresponding to the minimal cost of each year.
Constraints
2 <= N <= 250
1 <= M <= 30000
1 <= K <= 10000
S[i] != T[i], 1 <= S[i], T[i] <= N
1 <= V[i] <= 10000
1 <= C <= 10000
Note that: there may be more than 1 road between a certain pair of cities.
Example
Input: 6 5 3 1 3 2 2 3 2 3 4 2 4 5 2 4 6 2 1 5 10 Output: 6 21 32
Explanation
In the first year, since C is very small, an optimal solution is: no hero travel, we pay 1 dollar for each city as compensate.
In the second year, an optimal solution is: One hero traveling in the path: 1>3>4>5. We pay 2+2+2=6 dollars for the roads, 5 dollars for taking him back to city 1, and pay 5 dollars for city 2 and 6 as compensate.
In the third year, one optimal solution is: One hero traveling in the path: 1>3>4>5, and another hero traveling in the path: 2>3>4>6.
Author:  cgy4ever 
Tester:  laycurse 
Editorial  http://discuss.codechef.com/problems/PARADE 
Tags  binarysearch, cgy4ever, floydwarshall, mincostflow, sep12 
Date Added:  3082012 
Time Limit:  0.618667 sec 
Source Limit:  50000 Bytes 
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