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The world should be finely balanced. Positive vs. negative, light vs. shadow, and left vs. right brackets. Your mission is to write a program that judges whether a string is balanced with respect to brackets so that we can observe the balance of the world.
A string that will be given to the program may have two kinds of brackets, round (“( )”) and square (“[ ]”). A string is balanced if and only if the following conditions hold.
The input consists of one or more lines, each of which being a dataset. A dataset is a string that consists of English alphabets, space characters, and two kinds of brackets, round (“( )”) and square (“[ ]”), terminated by a period. You can assume that every line has 100 characters or less. The line formed by a single period indicates the end of the input, which is not a dataset.
For each dataset, output “yes” if the string is balanced, or “no” otherwise, in a line. There may not be any extra characters in the output.
So when I die (the [first] I will see in (heaven) is a score list). [ first in ] ( first out ). Half Moon tonight (At least it is better than no Moon at all]. A rope may form )( a trail in a maze. Help( I[m being held prisoner in a fortune cookie factory)]. ([ (([( [ ] ) ( ) (( ))] )) ]). . .
yes yes no no no yes yes