Rock Paper Scissors is a game between two players. Each game contains many rounds; in each round, the players each simultaneously choose one of Rock, Paper, or Scissors using a hand shape. Then, a winner for that round is selected: Rock defeats Scissors, Scissors defeats Paper, and Paper defeats Rock. If both players choose the same shape, the round instead ends in a draw.

You are preparing for your first big RPS match. Someone has tipped you off with a strategy guide against your opponent on the first match, which consists of many rounds. The strategy guide can be interpreted as follows:

- The first column of the i-th row is what your opponent is going to play in the i-th round: A for Rock, B for Paper, and C for Scissors.
- The second column of the i-th row is what you should play in response in the i-th round: X for Rock, Y for Paper, and Z for Scissors.

Winning every time would be suspicious, so the responses must have been carefully chosen.

Your total score is the sum of your scores for each round. The score for a single round is the score for the shape you selected (1 for Rock, 2 for Paper, and 3 for Scissors) plus the score for the outcome of the round (0 if you lost, 3 if the round was a draw, and 6 if you won).

Your task is to calculate the score you would get if you were to follow the strategy guide.

### Sample I/O

`Sample Input`

`Expected Output`

This strategy guide predicts and recommends the following:

- In the first round, your opponent will choose Rock (A), and you should choose Paper (Y). This ends in a win for you with a score of 8 (2 because you chose Paper + 6 because you won).
- In the second round, your opponent will choose Paper (B), and you should choose Rock (X). This ends in a loss for you with a score of 1 (1 + 0).
- The third round is a draw with both players choosing Scissors, giving you a score of 3 + 3 = 6.

In this example, if you were to follow the strategy guide, you would get a total score of 15 (8 + 1 + 6).