# Injured Queen Problem

Chess is a two-player board game believed to have been played in India as early as the sixth century. However, in this problem we will not discuss about chess, rather we will talk about a modified form of the classic n- queens problem. I know you are familiar with plotting n-queens on a chess board with the help of a classic back- tracking algorithm. If you write that algorithm now you will find that there are 92 ways of plot- ting 8 queens in an 8 × 8 board provided no queens attack each other. In this problem we will talk about injured queens who can move only like a king in hori- zontal and diagonal direction from current po- sition but can reach any row from current po- sition like a normal chess queen. You will have to find the number of possible arrangements with such injured queens in a particular (n×n) board (with some additional constraints), such that no two queens attack each other. Fig: Injured Queen at a6 can reach the adjacent grey squares. Queen at e4 can reach adjacent grey squares. The injured queen positions are black and the reachable places are grey. Input Input file contains several lines of input. Each line expresses a certain board status. The length of these status string is the board dimension n (0 < n ≤ 15). The first character of the string denotes the status of first column, the second character of the string denotes the status of the second column and so on.

2/2 So if the first character of the status string is 2, it means that we are looking for arrangements (no two injured queen attack each other) which has injured queen in column a, row 2. The possible numbers for rows are 1,2,3,...,D,E,F which indicates row 1, 2, 3... 13, 14, 15. If any column contains ‘?’ it means that in that column the injured queen can be in any row. So a status string ‘1?4??3 means that you are asked to find out total number of possible arrangements in a (6 × 6) chessboard which has three of its six injured queens at a1, c4 and f3. Also note that there will be no invalid inputs. For example ‘1?51’ is an invalid input because a (4 × 4) chessboard does not have a fifth row. Output For each line of input produce one line of output. This line should contain an integer which indicates the total number of possible arrangements of the corresponding input status string. Sample Input ?????? ??????????????? ???8????? 43????? Sample Output 2642 22696209911206174 2098208 0