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 A105959 Integers are written in the form abcd...n where "a" means: This integer contains "a" times the digit b; "b" means: This integer contains "b" times the digit c; "c" means: This integer contains "c" times the digit d; ... and "n" means nothing. 0

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%S 10,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,22,121,333,1210,1213,1214,1215,1216,1217,

%T 1218,1219,4444,23232,55555,666666,3434343,7777777,88888888,454545454,

%U 999999999,56565656565

%N Integers are written in the form abcd...n where "a" means: This integer contains "a" times the digit b; "b" means: This integer contains "b" times the digit c; "c" means: This integer contains "c" times the digit d; ... and "n" means nothing.

%H Manfred Arens <a href="http://www.untexte.de/mathematik/zahlen.htm">Selbstbezuegliche Zahlen vom Typ 1b</a>.

%K base,easy,nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Eric Angelini_, Apr 28 2005

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