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LATER
It is time for Rhezo's birthday and you need to find a gift for him. It is well known that he likes palindromic strings of length $$N$$ having uppercase alphabetic characters. Surprisingly, he doesn't like palindromic strings of length $$3$$. Lets call these palindromic strings of length $$3$$ as bad strings. It is also well known that he doesn't like certain pairs of characters that occur adjacent to each other in any string.
You want to see Rhezo happy, and therefore want to gift him a palindromic string that makes him happy. A palindromic string will make him happy if there is no substring in it that is a bad string and there aren't any adjacent pair of characters such that the pair belongs to one of the given $$M$$ pairs that he doesn't like. You are given the information about these $$M$$ pairs in the form of $$P$$ $$Q$$, which means that Rhezo doesn't want characters denoted by $$P$$ and $$Q$$ to occur together.
You need to find the number of palindromic strings that will make Rhezo happy. As the answer could be large, find the answer modulo $$10^6+3$$.
Note
The palindromic string should be made only of uppercase letters. Also, it is not guaranteed that the $$M$$ pairs will always be distinct.
Input:
First line of the input contains two integers $$N$$ and $$M$$ separated by a single space. Each of the next $$M$$ lines contain two characters $$P$$ and $$Q$$ (not the characters '$$P$$' and '$$Q$$') which means that character denoted by $$P$$ and character denoted by $$Q$$ can't occur together in the string.
Output:
Print the number of valid palindromic strings of length $$N$$ modulo $$10^{6} + 3$$ in a single line.
Constraints:
There are no palindromic strings satisfying all the conditions.