Tom is decorating the pavement in his garden with N square tiles. Each tile is divided into four triangles of different colors (white - 'W', red - 'R', green - 'G' and blue - 'B'). A tile is described as a string of four characters denoting respectively, the color of the upper, right, bottom and left triangle. For example, the tile in the figure below is described as "WRGB".

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Tom arranged the tiles in a row and decided to rotate some of them to obtain a pretty sequence. He considers a sequence of tiles pretty if each pair of adjacent tiles shares one side of the same color.

Write a function:

class Solution { public int solution(String[] A); }

that, given an array A of N strings, representing the sequence of tiles, returns the minimum number of 90-degree rotations (clockwise or counter-clockwise) that Tom has to perform.

Examples:

- Given A = ["RGBW", "GBRW"], the function should return 1.

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Tom can rotate the second tile counter-clockwise once to obtain a pretty sequence.

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- Given A = ["WBGR", "WBGR", "WRGB", "WRGB", "RBGW"], the function should return 4.

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Tom can obtain a pretty sequence by rotating the first and third tiles counter-clockwise and the second and fourth tiles clockwise.

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- Given A = ["RBGW", "GBRW", "RWGB", "GBRW"], the function should return 2.

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Tom can rotate the first tile clockwise twice to obtain a pretty sequence.

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- Given A = ["GBRW", "RBGW", "BWGR", "BRGW"], the function should return 2.

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Tom can rotate the first two tiles clockwise to obtain a pretty sequence.

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Write an efficient algorithm for the following assumptions:

N is an integer within the range [1..100,000];

string representing a tile has 4 letters (exactly one occurrence of 'R', 'G', 'B' and 'W').