How many vertices of the regular polygons can you see in the light?
You are given two lists as input values (a list of the regular polygons and a list of the circles.)
Detail of the regular polygon (as a tuple of 4 integers):
 x coordinate of the top vertex.
 y coordinate of the top vertex.
 The length of an edge.
 The number of vertices.
Detail of the circle (as a tuple of 3 integers):
 x coordinate of the center.
 y coordinate of the center.
 The length of the radius.
You have to return the number of vertices in the circles.
NOTE:
 The Regular polygons is vertical symmetry.
 Don't count vertices with negative coordinates. (e.g. (1, 2), (2, 3), (3, 4))
 No test case where the circumference is close to the vertices.
Example:
searchlights([(2, 3, 2, 3)], [(1, 2, 1)]) == 1 # regular triangle searchlights([(4, 5, 2, 4)], [(4, 4, 3)]) == 4 # square


Input: two arguments:
 The regular polygons (a list of tuples of 4 integers)
 The circles (a list of tuples of 3 integers)
Output: The number of vertices (an integer).
Precondition:
 length of edge ≥ 1
 length of radius ≥ 1
 Regular polygons doesn't have any common vertex.
How it is used: To draw a regular polygon.
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