As always, A + B is the necessary problem of this warming-up contest. But the patterns and contents are different from the previous ones. Now I come up with a new “A + B” problem for you, the top coders of HDU.
As we say, the addition defined between two rectangles is the sum of their area . And you just have to tell me the ultimate area if there are a few rectangles.
Isn’t it a piece of cake for you? Come on! Capture the bright “accepted” for yourself.
There come a lot of cases. In each case, there is only a string in one line. There are four integers, such as “(x1,y1,x2,y2)”, describing the coordinates of the rectangle, with two brackets distinguishing other rectangle(s) from the string. There lies a plus symbol between every two rectangles. Blanks separating the integers and the interpunction