Raymond is very good at Connect 4. He thinks that regular Connect 4 is boring, so he plays a 3D version instead. The 3D version consists of parallel Connect 4 boards. Two players use red and yellow chips to attempt to connect 4 of their same color horizontally or vertically, across any of the three dimensions. Diagonal lines will not be counted for simplicity. Raymond is too lazy to check the board after a game himself, so he will pay you in points to check for him. Raymond always plays red.
The input will consist of line-separated grids, each denoting the chips in one slice of the 3D gameboard, and containing 36 characters that consist of
R (for a red chip) and
Y (for a yellow chip).
Output the number of distinct occurrences where 4 red chips are in a horizontal or vertical line in any of the three dimensions. If there are no such occurrences, output
lost (Raymond is very competitive).
Note: Do not prompt for input, as this will cause the judge to take the prompt as the solution.
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