### 132. Another Chocolate Maniac

time limit per test: 0.25 sec.
memory limit per test: 4096 KB

Bob really LOVES chocolate. He thinks he never gets enough. Imagine his joy when his parents told him that they would buy him many rectangular chocolate pieces for his birthday. A piece of chocolate is a 2x1 or 1x2 rectangle. Bob's parents also bought him a nice birthday cake, which can be imagined as a matrix having M rows and N columns. Some positions on the cake are occupied by candles, the others are empty. Bob's parents asked their son to place as many chocolate pieces as he can on the empty squares on the cake, in such a manner that no two chocolate pieces overlap. However, he would like to keep the chocolate pieces to himself. That's why, he wants to place only a minimal amount of them on the cake and keep the rest. In order not to make Mon and Dad suspicious, Bob wants to place the chocolate pieces in such a way, that no other piece may be placed on the cake (that is, there won't exist any two adjacent empty squares). Find the minimal number of pieces which need to be placed on the cake, so that they do not overlap and no extra piece may be added.

Input

The first line of the input contains 2 integers: M (1<=M<=70) and N (1<=N<=7). Next, M lines will follow, each of them containing N characters, describing the cake. The character on row i and column j of the cake may be either a '*' (ASCII code 42), representing a candle, or a '.' (ASCII code 46), representing an empty square.

Output

You should output one integer: the minimal amount of pieces of chocolate which need to be placed on the cake.

Sample Input

```5 5
.*..*
*....
..**.
**.*.
.**..
```

Sample Output

```4
```

 Author : Mugurel Ionut Andreica Resource : SSU::Online Contester Fall Contest #2 Date : Fall 2002