# Find String Roots

hard

In mathematics, the N-th root of a number M, is a number K such that K^N=M, i.e. KKK...K=M where k is multiplied N times. Given a string S you have to find the maximum N such that the N-th root of S exists. For ex : If S= "sumsumsumsum", for N=2 the string T="sumsum" is the N-th root of S, While for N=4 its N-th root is T= "sum". The actual answer would be 4, because there is no N-th root of S="sumsumsumsum" for N>4. Note that for N=1 any string S is the N-th root of itself.

## Constraints

1<= length of string <= 10^5

## Format

### Input

One line containing a non empty string S.

### Output

Output a single line with the greatest integer N such that there exists a string T that concatenated N times is equal to S.

## Example

Sample Input

sumsumsumsum

### Sample Output

4

Question Video