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To analyse this string you should first split this string by " " (spaces). If some of this parts is equal to " " (blank space or 1 space), it should be deleted. After it, you should verify if each part correspond to one of this types:

To identify this correctly, there are some rules for each type.

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Your code should analyse a given string so that you can identify the type of each "part" of the string.To analyse this string you should first split this string by " " (spaces). If some of this parts is equal to " " (blank space or 1 space), it should be deleted. After it, you should verify if each part correspond to one of this types:

- Array
- Integer Number
- Floating-point Number
- String

To identify this correctly, there are some rules for each type.

###### Array Rules:

- The only notation accepted is [...]. Any other is classified a string.
- Arrays of arrays are not counted.
- Blank arrays are not accepted and are classified as a string.
- You can use any division inside arrays but spaces are not permitted.
- The items that are into the array should not be analyzed for the final result.
- Arrays can have one point after "]" if the array is the last thing of the sentence.

Input | Output | Additional Info |
---|---|---|

"[array,[of,array]]" | Found 1 arrays, 0 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | The array inside the array is not analysed. |

"[asa,corta] 5" | Found 1 arrays, 0 strings, 1 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | Array: "[asa,corta]" Integer: "5" |

"[asa, corta]" | Found 0 arrays, 2 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | Strings: "[asa," and "corta]" |

"{bread,5}" | Found 0 arrays, 1 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | String: "{bread,5}" |

"[]" | Found 0 arrays, 1 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | String: "[]" |

"[first/2nd/third]" | Found 1 arrays, 0 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | Array: "[first/2nd/third]" |

###### Integer Number / Floating-point number

- Positive and negative numbers are permitted.
- Can have one point after it if it is the last thing of the sentence.

Input | Output | Additional Info |
---|---|---|

"This is my sentence n. 5" | Found 0 arrays, 5 strings, 1 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | Strings: "This", "is", "my", "sentence", "n." Integer: "5" |

"+5 -4.2" | Found 0 arrays, 0 strings, 1 integer numbers and 1 floating-point numbers. | Integer: "+5" Float: "-4.2" |

"Hello. I am 14." | Found 0 arrays, 3 strings, 1 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | Strings: "Hello.", "I", "am" Integer number: "14" (point is ignored because it is the last item of the phrase) |

###### Floating-point number

- The number should use this format: 0-9.0-9 or 0.9,0.9 . Something else is considered a string.

Input | Output | Additional Info |
---|---|---|

"1.2.3" | Found 0 arrays, 1 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | String: "1.2.3" |

"1.2 word/)/=)?(/(UIJBHVGYUHNJ" | Found 0 arrays, 1 strings, 0 integer numbers and 1 floating-point numbers. | String: "word/)/=)?(/(UIJBHVGYUHNJ" Float: "1.2" |

".2 Hi" | Found 0 arrays, 2 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | String: ".2", "Hi" |

".2 Hi" | Found 0 arrays, 2 strings, 0 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers. | String: ".2", "Hi" |

###### String

- Is everything that is not an array, integer number or floating-point number.

###### Sample Input

`I've bought 5 [bread,apples,pears].`

If pi is 3.14059 I'm unpi.

###### Sample Output

`Found 1 arrays, 2 strings, 1 integer numbers and 0 floating-point numbers.`

Found 0 arrays, 5 strings, 0 integer numbers and 1 floating-point numbers.

###### Memory Limit

`512M`