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During a class assessment, a teacher asks students to solve the following problem:

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Sum of Letters

During a class assessment, a teacher asks students to solve the following problem:

If A = 0, B = 1, C = B+A, D = C+B, and so on, find the sum of the alphabets of a given word.

Input Specification:

input1: String representing any word

Output Specification:

Return an integer value which represents the sum of all the alphabets in input1, as per the above-given scenario.

Example 1:

input1: MAN

Output: 377

Explanation:

Given the above scenario, the values of M, A, and N are 144, 0 and 233 respectively. Hence, the sum returned is 144+0+233-377.

Example 2:

input1: MORE

Output: 2121

Explanation:

Given the above scenario, the values of M, O, R and E are 144, 377.1597 and 3 respectively. Hence, the sum returned is 144+377+1597+3=2121.

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