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 A079464 Numbers n such that the "inventory" A063850 of n is prime. 0
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 OFFSET 1,2 LINKS Carlos Rivera, The Inventory Sequences and Self-Inventoried Numbers, (see Question 7) EXAMPLE The "inventory" of 299 is 1229 (one "2", two "9"s), which is prime. Hence 299 belongs to the sequence. MATHEMATICA g[n_] := Module[{seen, r, d, l, i, t}, seen = {}; r = {}; d = IntegerDigits[n]; l = Length[d]; For[i = 1, i <= l, i++, t = d[[i]]; If[ ! MemberQ[seen, t], r = Join[r, IntegerDigits[Count[d, t]]]; r = Join[r, {t}]; seen = Append[seen, t]]]; FromDigits[r]]; Select[Range[10^3], PrimeQ[g[ # ]] &] CROSSREFS Cf. A063850. Sequence in context: A126106 A064194 A036978 * A036976 A230116 A031273 Adjacent sequences:  A079461 A079462 A079463 * A079465 A079466 A079467 KEYWORD base,nonn AUTHOR Joseph L. Pe, Jan 14 2003 STATUS approved

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