When specifying file names (or paths) in DOS, Microsoft Windows and Unix-like operating systems, the asterisk character (“*") substitutes for any zero or more characters, and the question mark (“?") substitutes for any one character.
Now give you a text and a pattern, you should judge whether the pattern matches the text or not.
There are several cases. For each case, only two lines. The first line contains a text, which contains only lower letters. The last line contains a pattern, which consists of lower letters and the two wildcards (“*", "?").
The text is a non-empty string and its size is less than 100,000, so do the pattern.
We ensure the number of “?” and the number of “*” in the pattern are both no more than 10.
Output “YES” if the pattern matches the text, otherwise “NO”.