## Introduction

Decompose algorithms in commutator notation.

Let be any group. If , then the commutator of and is the element . The expression denotes the conjugate of by , defined as . Therefore, means .

In this repository, we assume that is a free group.

In mathematics, the free group over a given set consists of all words that can be built from members of , considering two words to be different unless their equality follows from the group axioms (e.g. , but for ). The members of are called generators of , and the number of generators is the rank of the free group. An arbitrary group is called free if it is isomorphic to for some subset of , that is, if there is a subset of such that every element of can be written in exactly one way as a product of finitely many elements of and their inverses (disregarding trivial variations such as ).

It is worth researching since many 3-cycle and 5-cycle algorithms in a Rubik's cube can be decomposed into commutators.

Example 1:

Input: s = "R U R' U'"
Output: "[R,U]"


Example 2:

Input: s = "a b c a' b' c'"
Output: "[a b,c a']"
Explanation: a b + c a' + b' a' + a c' = a b c a' b' c'.
And "[a b,c b]" is also a valid answer.


Example 3:

Input: s = "D F' R U' R' D' R D U R' F R D' R'"
Output: "D:[F' R U' R',D' R D R']"
And "[D F' R U' R' D',R D R' D']" is also a valid answer.


Example 4:

Input: s = "R' F' R D' R D R2 F2 R2 D' R' D R' F' R"
Output: "R' F':[R D' R D R2,F2]"


Example 5:

Input: s = "R U R'"