[POI2006] OKR-Periods of Words

题目描述

A string is a finite sequence of lower-case (non-capital) letters of the English alphabet. Particularly, it may be an empty sequence, i.e. a sequence of 0 letters. By A=BC we denotes that A is a string obtained by concatenation (joining by writing one immediately after another, i.e. without any space, etc.) of the strings B and C (in this order). A string P is a prefix of the string !, if there is a string B, that A=PB. In other words, prefixes of A are the initial fragments of A. In addition, if P!=A and P is not an empty string, we say, that P is a proper prefix of A. A string Q is a period of Q, if Q is a proper prefix of A and A is a prefix (not necessarily a proper one) of the string QQ. For example, the strings abab and ababab are both periods of the string abababa. The maximum period of a string A is the longest of its periods or the empty string, if A doesn't have any period. For example, the maximum period of ababab is abab. The maximum period of abc is the empty string. Task Write a programme that: reads from the standard input the string's length and the string itself,calculates the sum of lengths of maximum periods of all its prefixes,writes the result to the standard output.

输入输出格式

输入格式

In the first line of the standard input there is one integer \$k\$ (\$1\le k\le 1\ 000\ 000\$) - the length of the string. In the following line a sequence of exactly \$k\$ lower-case letters of the English alphabet is written - the string.

输出格式

In the first and only line of the standard output your programme should write an integer - the sum of lengths of maximum periods of all prefixes of the string given in the input.

输入输出样例

输入样例 #1

``````8
babababa``````

输出样例 #1

``24``