### ** Grid**

### Title

### Problem Statement

There is a grid with `H` horizontal rows and `W` vertical columns.
Let `(i, j)` denote the square at the `i`-th row from the top and the `j`-th column from the left.

For each `i` and `j` (`1 ≤ i ≤ H`, `1 ≤ j ≤ W`), Square `(i, j)` is described by a character `a`_{i, j}.
If `a`_{i, j} is `.`

, Square `(i, j)` is an empty square; if `a`_{i, j} is `#`

, Square `(i, j)` is a wall square.
It is guaranteed that Squares `(1, 1)` and `(H, W)` are empty squares.

Taro will start from Square `(1, 1)` and reach `(H, W)` by repeatedly moving right or down to an adjacent empty square.

Find the number of Taro's paths from Square `(1, 1)` to `(H, W)`.
As the answer can be extremely large, find the count modulo `10`^{9} + 7.

### Constraints

`H` and `W` are integers.
`2 ≤ H, W ≤ 1000`
`a`_{i, j} is `.`

or `#`

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- Squares
`(1, 1)` and `(H, W)` are empty squares.

### Input

Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:

`H` `W`
`a`_{1, 1}`\ldots``a`_{1, W}
`:`
`a`_{H, 1}`\ldots``a`_{H, W}

### Output

Print the number of Taro's paths from Square `(1, 1)` to `(H, W)`, modulo `10`^{9} + 7.

### Sample Input 1

3 4
...#
.#..
....

### Sample Output 1

3

There are three paths as follows:

### Sample Input 2

5 2
..
#.
..
.#
..

### Sample Output 2

0

There may be no paths.

### Sample Input 3

5 5
..#..
.....
#...#
.....
..#..

### Sample Output 3

24

### Sample Input 4

20 20
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### Sample Output 4

345263555

Be sure to print the count modulo `10`^{9} + 7.