## Goal

John has to draw a lot of regular polygons with an increasing number of sides.

More precisely, John has got two numbers `a` and `b` and he must draw regular polygons with the number of sides:** a, a+1, a+2, ..., b-2, b-1, b**.

For example, if `a` = 3 and `b` = 6, John must draw an equilateral triangle, a square, a regular pentagon, and a regular hexagon.

Because John wants to do the job precisely, he intends to draw as many polygons as possible by geometric constructions (it means using only a straightedge and compass).

Based on Gauss–Wantzel theorem we know that:

A regular **n-gon** (that is, a polygon with **n** sides) can be constructed with compass and straightedge if and only if **n** is the product of a power of 2 and any number of distinct Fermat primes (including none).

A Fermat prime is a prime number of the form **2^(2^m)+1**. Where **m** is a natural number.

Help John and write a program that will calculate how many polygons from the given range can be drawn using geometric construction.
Input

Two space separated integers `a` and `b` for limits of range of polygons to draw.

Output

Number of polygons from given range that John can draw by geometric constructions.

Constraints

3 ≤ `a` ≤ `b` < 2^31