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ACM ICPC 2018 World Finals
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Treasure of the Chimp Island
 Time Limit: 2000MS Memory Limit: 65536K Total Submissions: 773 Accepted: 348

Description

Bob Bennett, the young adventurer, has found the map to the treasure of the Chimp Island, where the ghost zombie pirate LeChimp, the infamous evil pirate of the Caribbeans has hidden somewhere inside the Zimbu Memorial Monument (ZM2). ZM2 is made up of a number of corridors forming a maze. To protect the treasure, LeChimp has placed a number of stone blocks inside the corridors to block the way to the treasure. The map shows the hardness of each stone block which determines how long it takes to destroy the block. ZM2 has a number of gates on the boundary from which Bob can enter the corridors. Fortunately, there may be a pack of dynamites at some gates, so that if Bob enters from such a gate, he may take the pack with him. Each pack has a number of dynamites that can be used to destroy the stone blocks in a much shorter time. Once entered, Bob cannot exit ZM2 and enter again, nor can he walk on the area of other gates (so, he cannot pick more than one pack of dynamites).

The hardness of the stone blocks is an integer between 1 and 9, showing the number of days required to destroy the block. We neglect the time required to travel inside the corridors. Using a dynamite, Bob can destroy a block almost immediately, so we can ignore the time required for it too. The problem is to find the minimum time at which Bob can reach the treasure. He may choose any gate he wants to enter ZM2.

Input

The input consists of multiple test cases. Each test case contains the map of ZM2 viewed from the above. The map is a rectangular matrix of characters. Bob can move in four directions up, down, left, and right, but cannot move diagonally. He cannot enter a location shown by asterisk characters (*), even using all his dynamites! The character (\$) shows the location of the treasure. A digit character (between 1 and 9) shows a stone block of hardness equal to the value of the digit. A hash sign (#) which can appear only on the boundary of the map indicates a gate without a dynamite pack. An uppercase letter on the boundary shows a gate with a pack of dynamites. The letter A shows there is one dynamite in the pack, B shows there are two dynamite in the pack and so on. All other characters on the boundary of the map are asterisks. Corridors are indicated by dots (.). There is a blank line after each test case. The width and the height of the map are at least 3 and at most 100 characters. The last line of the input contains two dash characters (--).

Output

For each test case, write a single line containing a number showing the minimum number of days it takes Bob to reach the treasure, if possible. If the treasure is unreachable, write IMPOSSIBLE.

Sample Input

```*****#*********
*.1....4..\$...*
*..***..2.....*
*..2..*****..2*
*..3..******37A
*****9..56....*
*.....******..*
***CA**********

*****
*\$3**
*.2**
***#*

--
```

Sample Output

```1
IMPOSSIBLE
```

Source

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