The contest is beginning! While preparing the contest, iSea wanted to print the teams' names separately on a single paper.
Unfortunately, what iSea could find was only an ancient printer: so ancient that you can't believe it, it only had three kinds of operations:
● 'a'-'z': twenty-six letters you can type
● 'Del': delete the last letter if it exists
● 'Print': print the word you have typed in the printer
The printer was empty in the beginning, iSea must use the three operations to print all the teams' name, not necessarily in the order in the input. Each time, he can type letters at the end of printer, or delete the last letter, or print the current word. After printing, the letters are stilling in the printer, you may delete some letters to print the next one, but you needn't delete the last word's letters.
iSea wanted to minimize the total number of operations, help him, please.
Ignatius is so lucky that he met a Martian yesterday. But he didn't know the language the Martians use. The Martian gives him a history book of Mars and a dictionary when it leaves. Now Ignatius want to translate the history book into English. Can you help him?
Given a list of phone numbers, determine if it is consistent in the sense that no number is the prefix of another. Let’s say the phone catalogue listed these numbers:
1. Emergency 911
2. Alice 97 625 999
3. Bob 91 12 54 26
In this case, it’s not possible to call Bob, because the central would direct your call to the emergency line as soon as you had dialled the first three digits of Bob’s phone number. So this list would not be consistent.