Your input is a series of rectangles, one per line. Each rectangle is specified as two points(X,Y) that specify the opposite corners of a rectangle. All coordinates will be integers in the range 0 to 100. For example, the line 5 8 7 10 specifies the rectangle who's corners are(5,8),(7,8),(7,10),(5,10). If drawn on graph paper, that rectangle would cover four squares. Your job is to count the number of unit(i.e.,1*1) squares that are covered by any one of the rectangles given as input. Any square covered by more than one rectangle should only be counted once.
The input format is a series of lines, each containing 4 integers. Four -1's are used to separate problems, and four -2's are used to end the last problem. Otherwise, the numbers are the x-ycoordinates of two points that are opposite corners of a rectangle.
Your output should be the number of squares covered by each set of rectangles. Each number should be printed on a separate line.