|Codeforces Round #207 (Div. 1)|
Xenia is an amateur programmer. Today on the IT lesson she learned about the Hamming distance.
The Hamming distance between two strings s = s 1 s 2... s n and t = t 1 t 2... t n of equal length n is value . Record [s i ≠ t i] is the Iverson notation and represents the following: if s i ≠ t i, it is one, otherwise — zero.
Now Xenia wants to calculate the Hamming distance between two long strings a and b. The first string a is the concatenation of n copies of string x, that is, . The second string b is the concatenation of m copies of string y.
Help Xenia, calculate the required Hamming distance, given n, x, m, y.
The first line contains two integers n and m (1 ≤ n, m ≤ 1012). The second line contains a non-empty string x. The third line contains a non-empty string y. Both strings consist of at most 106 lowercase English letters.
It is guaranteed that strings a and b that you obtain from the input have the same length.
Print a single integer — the required Hamming distance.
Please, do not use the %lld specifier to read or write 64-bit integers in С++. It is preferred to use the cin, cout streams or the %I64d specifier.
In the first test case string a is the same as string b and equals 100 letters a. As both strings are equal, the Hamming distance between them is zero.
In the second test case strings a and b differ in their 3-rd, 5-th, 6-th and 7-th characters. Thus, the Hamming distance equals 4.
In the third test case string a is rzrrzr and string b is azazaz. The strings differ in all characters apart for the second one, the Hamming distance between them equals 5.