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Let ~T~ be a string and define a function ~atr(T)~ that maps strings to strings. Here are some examples of the ~atr~ function in action:

~atr(~hewmatt10's Dream~)=~ MstrPikachu

~atr(~illegalquestion~)=~ null

Let ~A,B~ be strings and define a piecewise function ~m(A,B)~ such that it returns ~1~ if ~atr(A)=B~ or ~0~ otherwise.

Then, let ~pts(T)~ be a function that maps strings to reals. Again, here is an example of the ~pts~ function in action:

~pts(~Tree Visibility~)\cdot pts(~Candy Crush~)=35~

Let ~G~ be the set of all strings. Now, let ~vle(T)~ be ~\sum_{i\in G} m(i,T)\cdot pts(i)~.

For example, ~vle(~Smth~)=0~.

What is ~vle(~Iaminnocent4298~)?~

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