Bill is trying to compactly represent sequences of capital alphabetic
characters from 'A' to 'Z' by folding repeating subsequences inside them. For example, one way to represent a sequence AAAAAAAAAABABABCCD is 10(A)2(BA)B2(C)D. He formally defines folded sequences of characters along with the unfolding transformation for them in the following way:
 A sequence that contains a single character from 'A' to 'Z' is
considered to be a folded sequence. Unfolding of this sequence
produces the same sequence of a single character itself.
 If S and Q are folded sequences, then SQ is also a folded sequence. If S unfolds to S' and Q unfolds to Q', then SQ unfolds to S'Q'.
 If S is a folded sequence, then X(S) is also a folded sequence,
where X is a decimal representation of an integer number greater than 1. If S unfolds to S', then X(S) unfolds to S' repeated X times.
According to this definition it is easy to unfold any given folded
sequence. However, Bill is much more interested in the reverse
transformation. He wants to fold the given sequence in such a way that the resulting folded sequence contains the least possible number of characters.
Input
The input contains a single line of characters from 'A' to 'Z'
with at least 1 and at most 100 characters.
Output
Write a single line that contains the shortest possible folded sequence that unfolds to the sequence that is given in the input. If there are many such sequences then write any one of them.
Samples
input  output 

AAAAAAAAAABABABCCD
 9(A)3(AB)CCD

NEERCYESYESYESNEERCYESYESYES
 2(NEERC3(YES))

Problem Author: Roman Elizarov
Problem Source: 20022003 ACM Northeastern European Regional Programming Contest