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While debugging a program Mirko noticed that a bug in the program may be linked with the existence of so called square killers in the program memory. The program memory is a matrix composed of $R$ rows and $C$ columns consisting only of zeroes and ones. A square killer is a square submatrix in memory, consisting of more than one character, that, when rotated $180$ degrees looks exactly the same. For example, the following matrix contains $3$ square killers:

101010      ....10      ......      101...
111001      ....01      ...00.      111...
101001      ......      ...00.      101...

memory      killer      killer      killer

Mirko is wondering if there is a connection between the size of the largest square killer and the bug in the program. Help Mirko by writing a program that, given the layout of the memory, outputs the size of the largest square killer. The size of the square killer is the number of rows (or columns) that the killer consists of. In the example above the killer sizes are $2$, $2$ and $3$, respectively.

Input

The first will contain two integers, $R$ and $C$, smaller than or equal to $300$. The next $R$ lines will each contain $C$ characters (‘0’ or ‘1’) with no spaces.

Output

Output the size of the largest killer on a single line, or output $-1$ if there are no square killers.

Sample Input 1 Sample Output 1
3 6
101010
111001
101001
3
Sample Input 2 Sample Output 2
4 5
10010
01010
10101
01001
3
Sample Input 3 Sample Output 3
3 3
101
111
100
-1
CPU Time limit 1 second
Memory limit 1024 MB
Difficulty 7.6hard
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License For educational use only

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