When Sasha was studying in the seventh grade, he started listening to music a lot. In order to evaluate which songs he likes more, he introduced the notion of the song's prettiness. The title of the song is a word consisting of uppercase Latin letters. The prettiness of the song is the prettiness of its title.
Let's define the simple prettiness of a word as the ratio of the number of vowels in the word to the number of all letters in the word.
Let's define the prettiness of a word as the sum of simple prettiness of all the substrings of the word.
More formally, let's define the function vowel(c) which is equal to 1, if c is a vowel, and to 0 otherwise. Let si be the i-th character of string s, and si..j be the substring of word s, staring at the i-th character and ending at the j-th character (sisi + 1... sj, i ≤ j).
Then the simple prettiness of s is defined by the formula:
The prettiness of s equals
Find the prettiness of the given song title.
We assume that the vowels are I, E, A, O, U, Y.
The input contains a single string s (1 ≤ |s| ≤ 5·105) — the title of the song.
Print the prettiness of the song with the absolute or relative error of at most 10 - 6.
In the first sample all letters are vowels. The simple prettiness of each substring is 1. The word of length 7 has 28 substrings. So, the prettiness of the song equals to 28.