Fişierul intrare/ieş, words.outSursăIIOT 2021-22 Runda 3
AutorWilliam Di LuigiAdăugată destefdascalescuStefan Dascalescu stefdascalescu
Timp execuţie pe test1 secLimită de memorie65536 kbytes
Scorul tăuN/ADificultateN/A

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William loves words and likes to collect them in special dictionaries. Today, he's building a dictionary that contains all the words. Or actually: all the words that can be formed with the 26 English letters.

The size of this dictionary is, naturally, infinite. This means that it wouldn't be practical to generate the dictionary to, say, a text file on disk, since it would require an infinite amount of space. However, William would still like to be able to identify the location in the dictionary of a given word.

The ordering rule in this special dictionary is a bit unusual: we consider shorter words to always come before longer ones. For example, the word xy comes before abc, simply because it is shorter. If two words have the same length, they are ordered in the traditional (lexicographic) way, so xyz > abc.

This means that the first 26 words in the dictionary are formed by only one character: a, b, ..., z. The next words are formed by only two characters, and so on.

Help William by writing a program that, given a word, calculates its zero-based index in the dictionary. That is: 'a' = 0, 'b' = 1, and so on. Since this value can be really big, we need its value modulo 10^9 + 7.

Date de intrare

The input file contains the word W, a string consisting of lowercase English letters.

Date de ieşire

The output file words.out will contain the zero-based index in the dictionary modulo 10^9 + 7.


  • 1 ≤ |W| ≤ 10^5
  • For tests worth 20 points, 1 ≤ |W| ≤ 3.
  • For tests worth 20 more points, W has only 'a' in it.
  • For tests worth 40 more points, 1 ≤ |W| ≤ 10^3.


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