Magnus lost a game of chess to Kile so he found comfort in competitive programming. Very soon, he heard of the iconic COCI competition and decided to try his luck there.
He wrote a mail to Kile: "Dear Kile, please, prepare me for COCI. Magnus".
Kile replied: "You want to participate in COCI? All right, here's your warm-up task. A series of four consecutive letters of some word that make up the subword
HONI (Croatian acronym for COCI) is called the HONI-block. I will send you the word of length and you will throw out as many letters as you want (it might be none as well) so that in the end there are as many HONI-blocks as possible in the word. Kile".
Magnus was very worried and asked you, COCI competitive scene, for help. Help him determine the maximum number of HONI-blocks he can get in the final word.
The first line of input contains a word of length , consisting of uppercase letters of the English alphabet.
In the first and only line, print out the required number of HONI-blocks.
Sample Input 1
Sample Output 1
Sample Input 2
Sample Output 2
Explanation for Sample Output 2
By throwing out three letters
I Magnus can get the word
HONI, which contains one HONI-block.
Sample Input 3
Sample Output 3