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Regular words

Consider words of length 3n over alphabet {A, B, C} . Denote the number of occurences of A in a word a as A(a) , analogously let the number of occurences of B be denoted as B(a), and the number of occurenced of C as C(a) .

Let us call the word w regular if the following conditions are satisfied:

A(w)=B(w)=C(w) ; if c is a prefix of w , then A(c)>= B(c) >= C(c) . For example, if n = 2 there are 5 regular words: AABBCC , AABCBC , ABABCC , ABACBC and ABCABC . Regular words in some sense generalize regular brackets sequences (if we consider two-letter alphabet and put similar conditions on regular words, they represent regular brackets sequences).

Given n , find the number of regular words.


There are mutiple cases in the input file.

Each case contains n (0 <= n <= 60 ).

There is an empty line after each case.


Output the number of regular words of length 3n .

There should be am empty line after each case. Sample Input



Sample Output




asked Mar 10 by sasanhashka