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Longest Common Subsequence

Problem Description

Given two strings A and B. Find the longest common sequence ( A sequence which does not need to be contiguous), which is common in both the strings.

You need to return the length of such longest common subsequence.

Problem Constraints

1 <= |A|, |B| <= 1005

Input Format

First argument is an string A.

Second argument is an string B.

Output Format

Return the length of such longest common subsequence between string A and string B.

Example Input

Input 1:

 A = "abbcdgf"
 B = "bbadcgf"

Example Output

Output 1:


Example Explanation

Explanation 1:

 The longest common subsequence is "bbcgf", which has a length of 5

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