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The string $A$ occurs in the string $B$ at position $i$ with at most one mistake if and only if either $A$ occurs in $B$ at position $i$, or there exists a string $A'$ obtained from $A$ by replacing the letter at a single position with a different letter such that $A'$ occurs in $B$ at position $i$.
You are given a string $T$ and a series of queries. Each query is a string for which you should compute the number of positions at which it occurs in $T$ with at most one mistake.
The first line of input contains the number of test cases $z$. The descriptions of the test cases follow.
The first line of each test case contains a string of length between $1$ and $200\,000$ consisting of lowercase Latin letters: the string $T$. The next line contains one integer $q$: the number of queries. Each of the following $q$ lines contains a nonempty string consisting of lowercase Latin letters: a query. The sum of lengths of all queries in a test case is at most $200\,000$.
The sum of lengths of all strings appearing in all test cases (including queries) does not exceed $1\,200\,000$.
For each query, output the number of positions in $T$ at which the query occurs with at most one mistake.
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