Vova is a skyscraper fan. When he arrives in a city that has any
skyscrapers, he always tries to get to the observation deck in the highest
skyscraper to make several shots from there. This time is no exception. As
soon as Vova arrived in Hong Kong, right after checking in a hotel, he got to
the International Commercial Center, a 118floor building that was built a
couple of years ago.
Before the main entrance into the International Commercial Center there is
a pyramid of large glass blocks. Each block has the shape of a one meter
height rectangular parallelepiped with a 2 × 2 meter square base.
The pyramid's lowest layer is m × n meter large. The second layer
is (m − 2) × (n − 2) meter large and is located so that the vertices of
each block's lower side coincided with the centers of the upper sides of
the previous layer. The third and the next layers are constructed
similarly. The upper layer consists of a single row of blocks
(specifically, at m = n it consists of one block). Some pyramid
blocks are made of colorless glass and the other blocks are made of
reddish glass.
When Vova got to the observation platform, located at the skyscraper's
100th floor, he saw the pyramid from there as a rectangular field, divided
into 1 × 1 meter cells. The reddish hue of each cell hinted the
number of reddish glass blocks that laid on this cell. Vova took the photo
of the pyramid from above and now he wants you to take a look at this
photo and find out which pyramid blocks are made of reddish glass and
which ones are made of colorless glass. Vova also says that there is no
reddish block lying exactly above a colorless block.
Input
The first line contains integers m and n that are sizes of the
pyramid's base (2 ≤ m, n ≤ 40; m and n are even). Then
m lines follow, each of them contains n nonnegative integers, describing the photo
Vova took. Each integer shows the number of reddish blocks lying above the
corresponding cell. It is guaranteed that the input gives some possible
arrangement of blocks in the pyramid.
Output
Print the description of the layers, from the lowest one to the highest
one. To print information about the ith layer, use k_{i} lines each
containing l_{i} characters (k_{1} = m/2; l_{1} = n/2; k_{i} = k_{i − 1} − 1; l_{i} = l_{i − 1} − 1). Character “R” represents a reddish block, “W” represents a
colorless block. Each next layer is separated from the previous one by
an empty line. If there are multiple solutions, you can print any of them.
Sample
input  output 

4 6
0 0 1 1 0 0
0 0 1 2 1 0
0 0 0 1 2 1
0 0 0 0 1 1
 WRW
WWR
WR

Problem Source: Open Ural FU Personal Contest 2013