Closed Rooms

Problem Statement

Takahashi is locked within a building.

This building consists of H×W rooms, arranged in H rows and W columns. We will denote the room at the i-th row and j-th column as (i,j). The state of this room is represented by a character Ai,j. If Ai,j= '#', the room is locked and cannot be entered; if Ai,j= '.', the room is not locked and can be freely entered. Takahashi is currently at the room where Ai,j= 'S', which can also be freely entered.

Each room in the 1-st row, 1-st column, H-th row or W-th column, has an exit. Each of the other rooms (i,j) is connected to four rooms: (i-1,j), (i+1,j), (i,j-1) and (i,j+1).

Takahashi will use his magic to get out of the building. In one cast, he can do the following:

His objective is to reach a room with an exit. Find the minimum necessary number of casts to do so.

It is guaranteed that Takahashi is initially at a room without an exit.

Constraints

Input

Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:

H W K
A1,1A1,2...A1,W
:
AH,1AH,2...AH,W

Output

Print the minimum necessary number of casts.

Sample Input 1

3 3 3
#.#
#S.
###

Sample Output 1

1

Takahashi can move to room (1,2) in one cast.

Sample Input 2

3 3 3
###
#S#
###

Sample Output 2

2

Takahashi cannot move in the first cast, but can unlock room (1,2). Then, he can move to room (1,2) in the next cast, achieving the objective in two casts.

Sample Input 3

7 7 2
#######
#######
##...##
###S###
##.#.##
###.###
#######

Sample Output 3

2