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Let s be a given string of up to 106 digits. Find the maximal k for which it is possible to partition s into k consecutive contiguous substrings, such that the k parts form a palindrome. More precisely, we say that strings s0, s1, . . . , sk−1 form a palindrome if si = sk−1−i for all 0 ≤ i < k.
In the first sample case, we can split the string
652526 into 4 parts as
6|52|52|6, and these parts together form a palindrome. It turns out that it is impossible to split this input into more than 4 parts while still making sure the parts form a palindrome.