DISUBSTR  Distinct Substrings
Given a string, we need to find the total number of its distinct substrings.
Input
T number of test cases. T<=20;
Each test case consists of one string, whose length is <= 1000
Output
For each test case output one number saying the number of distinct substrings.
Example
Sample Input:
2
CCCCC
ABABA
Sample Output:
5
9
Explanation for the testcase with string ABABA:
len=1 : A,B
len=2 : AB,BA
len=3 : ABA,BAB
len=4 : ABAB,BABA
len=5 : ABABA
Thus, total number of distinct substrings is 9.
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anurag_tangri:
20170418 23:19:38
my first using suffix array :) AC IN ONE GO :D 

mahmudul12:
20170331 14:12:27
The string will contain any character 

ayush5148:
20170308 19:48:45
The strings will be in uppercase letters only...


nilabja16180:
20170307 13:53:33
Lots of Learning then Finally AC! 

vunnamtej:
20170118 07:42:01
vector of suffixes of string and sorting 0.01s 

kiwi1995:
20161213 10:22:14
suffix tree :D 

Fabian Conejo:
20161029 20:46:52
Try this case:


davidgalehouse:
20161022 08:30:59
I was kind of intimidated by this problem, because I thought the standard implementations were pretty complicated and I didn't want to learn all the nitty gritty details. Understanding how the LCP array and suffix array work together was enough, then I just constructed them ad hoc. The runtime was good enough at 0.02s, and I still got a lot out of it. I'll wait for harder problems to do the better big O constructions. Last edit: 20161022 08:31:29 

hardik_iitr:
20160802 09:19:25
Learnt a whole lot about string algos through this problem. Probably the toughest one on strings I ever solved. Dont assume the characters to be alphabetical, dont subtract 'A' in deciding the rank. I got many WA's because of that. 

square1001:
20160731 06:22:15
If you use suffix array, you can solve for O(n). So I was able to get 0.00s.

Added by:  Prasanna 
Date:  20060113 
Time limit:  0.159s 
Source limit:  50000B 
Memory limit:  1536MB 
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