Mancunian lives in the magical far-away land of Palindromia. Due to his patriotic nature, he wants each and every one of his friends' name to be a palindrome. Note that Mancunian's patriotism does not extend towards his own name.
To please him, each of his friends decide to change their name so that it becomes a palindrome. They can do that by choosing at most two non-overlapping substrings of their own name and reversing them.
Given a list of Mancunian's friends' names which consist only of lowercase letters, count the total number of friends who will be successful.
The first line contains two integers $$N$$ and $$L$$, denoting the number of friends Mancunian has and the maximum length of a person's name in Palindromia respectively.
The $$ith$$ of the next $$N$$ lines contains a single string $$S$$ denoting the name of the $$ith$$ friend.
Print a single integer, which is the answer to the given problem.
The first three people can successfully change their names to a palindrome.
The first person can reverse the substring (shown in bold), aacbaac and get the string caabaac.
The second string can be done by reversing the two substrings, acbdabc, to get the string abcdcba.
The third person does not need to make any changes.
The fourth string can never be converted to a palindrome.