G. Path Canonization
time limit per test
2 seconds
memory limit per test
64 megabytes
input
standard input
output
standard output

A path in some Unix-similar file system is given. The path consists of elements separated with characters "/". For example: "/usr/share/mysql/../tomcat6/conf/server.xml". The path starts with the root directory (i.e. starts with the character "/"). Each element means a name of file or directory, or it is one of two special elements: "." или "..". First of them stands for the current directory (for example, path "/./usr/././share" is equal to "/usr/share"). The second element ".." stands for the moving to the parent directory (for example, path "/usr/share/../lib" is equal to "/usr/lib").

You task is to convert the given path to such a path, which doesn't contain special elements "." and/or "..". If it is impossible, print "-1". The only reason for it is an attempt to move to the parent directory from the root.

Input

The only line contains the given path. The path starts with "/" and consists of elements separated with "/". No two "/" follow one after another (consecutively). The only path which can end with "/" is the root directory path equal to "/".

Each element may contain "a"-"z", "0"-"9" and dots. Any element different from specials "." and ".." contains at least one character different from the dots.

The path length is between 1 and 1000 inclusively.

Output

Print the required path or "-1".

Examples
Input
/usr/share/mysql/../tomcat6/conf/server.xml
Output
/usr/share/tomcat6/conf/server.xml

Input
/a/./././..
Output
/