The challenge today is very simple. The task is to determine the TI calculator for which the submitted datafile was made.
The datafiles always start with a string
**TI, the version (described below), and other data you can ignore.
Now, the versions you need to recognize are:
95* => TI-95 92P => TI-92+ 92* => TI-92 89* => TI-89 86* => TI-86 85* => TI-85 84P => TI-84+ 84* => TI-84 83* => TI-83 83P => TI-83+ 82* => TI-82 81* => TI-81 74* => TI-74 73P => TI-73+
**TI95* => TI-95 **TI83P => TI-83+ **TI73P => TI-73+ **TI85* => TI-85 **TI83PGG => TI-83+ **TI86*asdf*9**TI92Pasd => TI-86
You can assume the input is always correct, is at least 7 characters long, and has been crafted for one of the TI calculators listed above.
This is code golf, so the shortest answer wins.
I/O rules and loopholes apply.