Issac H. Ives hosted a party for girls. He had some nice goods and wanted to distribute them to the girls as the presents. However, there were not enough number of presents and thus he needed to decide who would take them. He held a game for that purpose.

Before the game, Issac had all the girls divided into two teams: he named his close friends Bella and Gabriella as two leaders and asked other girls to join either Bella or Gabriella. After the two teams were formed, Issac asked the girls to form one big circle.

The rule of the game was as follows. The game consisted of a number of rounds. In each round, the girls
called numbers from 1 to *N* in clockwise order (*N* was a number fixed before the game started). The girl
calling the number *N* was told to get out of the circle and excluded from the rest of the game. Then the
next round was started from the next girl, that is, the girls called the numbers again, and the one calling
N left the circle. This was repeated until only the members of either team remained. The remaining team
won the game.

As the game went on, Bella found far more girls of her team excluded than those of Gabriellafs team. Bella complained it, and requested Issac to make the next round begin with a call of zero instead of one. Issac liked her idea as he was a computer scientist, and accepted her request. After that round, many girls of Gabriellafs team came to leave the circle, and eventually Bellafs team won the game and got the presents from Issac.

Now letfs consider the following situation. There are two teams led by Bella and Gabriella respectively, where they does not necessarily have the same numbers of members. Bella is allowed to change the starting number from one to zero at up to one round (regardless the starting girl belongs to her team or not). We want to know how many girls of Bellafs team at most can remain in the circle. You are requested to write a program for it.

The input is a sequence of datasets. The first line of the input contains the number of datasets. The number of datasets does not exceed 200.

Each dataset consists of a line with a positive integer *N* (1 ≤ *N* ≤ 2^{30}) and a string that specifies the
clockwise order of the girls. Each character of the string is either eBf (that denotes a member of Bellafs
team) or eGf (Gabriellafs team). The first round begins with the girl indicated by the first character of the
string. The length of the string is between 2 and 200 inclusive.

For each dataset, print in a line the maximum possible number of the girls of Bellafs team remaining in the circle, or g0h (without quotes) if there are no ways for Bellafs team to win the game.

6 1 GB 3 GBGBBB 9 BBBGBBBGGG 9 GGBGBBGBBB 7 GBGGGGBGGG 3 BBBBBGBBBB

1 4 4 1 0 8

Source: ACM-ICPC Japan Alumni Group Summer Camp 2008
, Day 4, Tokyo, Japan, 2008-09-15

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