%I
%S 1,22,122,212,221,333,4444,14444,22333,23233,23323,23332,32233,32323,
%T 32332,33223,33232,33322,41444,44144,44414,44441,555555,666666,
%U 1666666,2255555,2525555,2552555,2555255,2555525,2555552,3334444,3343444,3344344,3344434,3344443
%N Selfdescribing integers with the rule: if the digit d, part of the integer i, is odd then there are d odd digits in this integer; if the digit d is even there are d even digits.
%C The subsequence of A108571 consisting in all terms that have at most one even and at most one odd digit (which of course may appear several times; otherwise said, no two different odd and no two different even digits are allowed).  _M. F. Hasler_, Sep 22 2014
%e Integer 122 has 1 odd digit (1) and 2 even digits (2 and 2).
%Y Cf. A108571.
%K base,easy,nonn
%O 1,2
%A _Eric Angelini_, May 04 2005
%E More terms from _M. F. Hasler_, Sep 22 2014
