|Codeforces Round #316 (Div. 2)|
Roman planted a tree consisting of n vertices. Each vertex contains a lowercase English letter. Vertex 1 is the root of the tree, each of the n - 1 remaining vertices has a parent in the tree. Vertex is connected with its parent by an edge. The parent of vertex i is vertex p i, the parent index is always less than the index of the vertex (i.e., p i < i).
The depth of the vertex is the number of nodes on the path from the root to v along the edges. In particular, the depth of the root is equal to 1.
We say that vertex u is in the subtree of vertex v, if we can get from u to v, moving from the vertex to the parent. In particular, vertex v is in its subtree.
Roma gives you m queries, the i-th of which consists of two numbers v i, h i. Let's consider the vertices in the subtree v i located at depth h i. Determine whether you can use the letters written at these vertices to make a string that is a palindrome. The letters that are written in the vertexes, can be rearranged in any order to make a palindrome, but all letters should be used.
The first line contains two integers n, m (1 ≤ n, m ≤ 500 000) — the number of nodes in the tree and queries, respectively.
The following line contains n - 1 integers p 2, p 3, ..., p n — the parents of vertices from the second to the n-th (1 ≤ p i < i).
The next line contains n lowercase English letters, the i-th of these letters is written on vertex i.
Next m lines describe the queries, the i-th line contains two numbers v i, h i (1 ≤ v i, h i ≤ n) — the vertex and the depth that appear in the i-th query.
Print m lines. In the i-th line print "Yes" (without the quotes), if in the i-th query you can make a palindrome from the letters written on the vertices, otherwise print "No" (without the quotes).
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String s is a palindrome if reads the same from left to right and from right to left. In particular, an empty string is a palindrome.
Clarification for the sample test.
In the first query there exists only a vertex 1 satisfying all the conditions, we can form a palindrome "z".
In the second query vertices 5 and 6 satisfy condititions, they contain letters "с" and "d" respectively. It is impossible to form a palindrome of them.
In the third query there exist no vertices at depth 1 and in subtree of 4. We may form an empty palindrome.
In the fourth query there exist no vertices in subtree of 6 at depth 1. We may form an empty palindrome.
In the fifth query there vertices 2, 3 and 4 satisfying all conditions above, they contain letters "a", "c" and "c". We may form a palindrome "cac".