Problem Statement 

We have a 6 x 6 square board, and we place in each
square one of the digits 0 and 1. On this board
we can then read 12 binary numbers, 6 horizontal
and 6 vertical. We call the horizontal numbers
"H1" (the number in the first row) to
"H6" (the number in the last row) and
the vertical numbers "V1" (the number in
the first column) to "V6" (the number in
the last column). We will fill in the board so that
the 12 numbers are distinct and we can sort them in
strictly increasing order.
You will be given order, a String[]
containing the names of the 12 numbers in order
of increasing values, and are to return a String[]
representing the digits in the board. The ith element
of the return value shall represent the ith row.
The constraints will guarantee that there is exactly one
way to place the digits 0 and 1 in the board so
that the given order is created.
See the first example for more details.


Definition 
 Class:  BinaryBoard  Method:  board  Parameters:  String[]  Returns:  String[]  Method signature:  String[] board(String[] order)  (be sure your method is public) 




Constraints 
  order will contain exactly 12 elements. 
  Each element of order will contain exactly 2 characters. The first character will be 'H' or 'V', the second character will be a digit between '1' and '6', inclusive. 
  All elements of order will be different. 
  The input values will be such that there is exactly one board satisfying the given order. 

Examples 
0)  
 {"V2", "V5", "H4", "V6", "H5", "H3", "V4", "H1", "V3", "V1", "H6", "H2"} 
 Returns: {"101100", "111011", "100011", "011101", "011111", "111010" } 
The 12 numbers in the rows and columns of the returned board are:
H1 = 101100 V1 = 111001
H2 = 111011 V2 = 010111
H3 = 100011 V3 = 110111
H4 = 011101 V4 = 100110
H5 = 011111 V5 = 011011
H6 = 111010 V6 = 011110
It is easy to verify that this conforms to the given order:
V2 < V5 < H4 < ... < H2.



1)  
 {"V4", "H4", "H2", "V1", "H5", "V6", "H6", "H3", "V3", "H1", "V2", "V5"} 
 Returns: {"111011", "011110", "110011", "011011", "101100", "101111" }  

2)  
 {"V4", "H6", "H3", "V1", "H2", "H1", "H4", "V3", "V6", "H5", "V5", "V2"} 
 Returns: {"011011", "010000", "000011", "100000", "101010", "000010" }  

3)  
 {"H1", "H6", "V1", "H5", "H3", "V2", "V4", "H2", "V3", "V5", "V6", "H4"} 
 Returns: {"001111", "111011", "011011", "111111", "010101", "010010" }  
