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The Simple Collatz Sequence (SCS) starting at an integer n, is defined by the formula:
S(k) = (k/2 if k is even, else (k+1))
The sequence is then n, S(n), S(S(n)), … until the value first reaches 1.
For example, starting at 11, we have:
11 -> 12 -> 6 -> 3 -> 4 -> 2 ->1
The sequence always ends at 1. (Fun Fact: The Hard Collatz Sequence sends odd k to 3*k+1. It is unknown whether that sequence always ends at 1.)
Let A(n) = number of steps in the SCS starting at n. For example, A(11) = 6. Write a program which computes A(n) for a given input n.
Input consists of a single line which contains a positive decimal integer, n, which starts the sequence. n will fit in a 32-bit unsigned integer.
The output consists of a single line that contains the value of A(n), the number of steps in the SCS starting at n.