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A generic microwave supports cooking times for:

• at least `1` second.
• at most `99` minutes and `99` seconds.

To set the cooking time, you push at most four digits. The microwave normalizes what you push as four digits by prepending zeroes. It interprets the first two digits as the minutes and the last two digits as the seconds. It then adds them up as the cooking time. For example,

• You push `9` `5` `4` (three digits). It is normalized as `0954` and interpreted as `9` minutes and `54` seconds.
• You push `0` `0` `0` `8` (four digits). It is interpreted as `0` minutes and `8` seconds.
• You push `8` `0` `9` `0`. It is interpreted as `80` minutes and `90` seconds.
• You push `8` `1` `3` `0`. It is interpreted as `81` minutes and `30` seconds.

You are given integers `startAt``moveCost``pushCost`, and `targetSeconds`Initially, your finger is on the digit `startAt`. Moving the finger above any specific digit costs `moveCost` units of fatigue. Pushing the digit below the finger once costs `pushCost` units of fatigue.

There can be multiple ways to set the microwave to cook for `targetSeconds` seconds but you are interested in the way with the minimum cost.

Return the minimum cost to set `targetSeconds` seconds of cooking time.

Remember that one minute consists of `60` seconds.

Example 1: Minimum Cost to Set Cooking Time solution leetcode ```Input: startAt = 1, moveCost = 2, pushCost = 1, targetSeconds = 600
Output: 6
Explanation: The following are the possible ways to set the cooking time.
- 1 0 0 0, interpreted as 10 minutes and 0 seconds.
The finger is already on digit 1, pushes 1 (with cost 1), moves to 0 (with cost 2), pushes 0 (with cost 1), pushes 0 (with cost 1), and pushes 0 (with cost 1).
The cost is: 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 6. This is the minimum cost.
- 0 9 6 0, interpreted as 9 minutes and 60 seconds. That is also 600 seconds.
The finger moves to 0 (with cost 2), pushes 0 (with cost 1), moves to 9 (with cost 2), pushes 9 (with cost 1), moves to 6 (with cost 2), pushes 6 (with cost 1), moves to 0 (with cost 2), and pushes 0 (with cost 1).
The cost is: 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 = 12.
- 9 6 0, normalized as 0960 and interpreted as 9 minutes and 60 seconds.
The finger moves to 9 (with cost 2), pushes 9 (with cost 1), moves to 6 (with cost 2), pushes 6 (with cost 1), moves to 0 (with cost 2), and pushes 0 (with cost 1).
The cost is: 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 = 9.
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Example 2: Minimum Cost to Set Cooking Time solution leetcode ```Input: startAt = 0, moveCost = 1, pushCost = 2, targetSeconds = 76
Output: 6
Explanation: The optimal way is to push two digits: 7 6, interpreted as 76 seconds.
The finger moves to 7 (with cost 1), pushes 7 (with cost 2), moves to 6 (with cost 1), and pushes 6 (with cost 2). The total cost is: 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 = 6
Note other possible ways are 0076, 076, 0116, and 116, but none of them produces the minimum cost.
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Constraints: Minimum Cost to Set Cooking Time solution leetcode

• `0 <= startAt <= 9`
• `1 <= moveCost, pushCost <= 105`
• `1 <= targetSeconds <= 6039`