

A106605


Vertically symmetrical dates DDMMYYYY excluding years which are divisible by 10, considered as numbers, in increasing order.


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10011001, 10025001, 10052001, 10088001, 10100101, 10111101, 10125101, 11011011, 11025011, 11052011, 11088011, 11100111, 11111111, 11125111, 12011051, 12025051, 12052051, 12088051, 12100151, 12111151, 12125151, 15011021, 15025021, 15052021
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

2 and 5 are taken as mirror images (as on calculator displays). a(1)=10011001, a(13)=11111111 and a(38)=20052005 (May 20 2005!) also share the unique property of having two symmetrical halves.
This sequence has exactly 70 terms, ending with 28125185 (Dec 28 5185).


LINKS

Nathaniel Johnston, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..70 (full sequence)


MAPLE

compdig := proc(n) if(n=2)then return 5: elif(n=5)then return 2: elif(n=0 or n=1 or n=8)then return n: else return 1: fi: end: for d from 10 to 28 do for m from 1 to 12 do for y from 1 to 8888 do dt:=1000000*d+10000*m+y: dig:=convert(dt, base, 10): if(dig[1]=compdig(dig[8]) and dig[2]=compdig(dig[7]) and dig[3]=compdig(dig[6]) and dig[4]=compdig(dig[5]))then print(dt): fi: od: od: od: # Nathaniel Johnston, May 17 2011


CROSSREFS

Cf. A053701.
Sequence in context: A139120 A210893 A107273 * A210884 A107275 A210886
Adjacent sequences: A106602 A106603 A106604 * A106606 A106607 A106608


KEYWORD

base,easy,fini,full,nonn


AUTHOR

Nicolas Graner, Eric Angelini and Alexandre Wajnberg, May 10 2005


EXTENSIONS

Definition clarified by Hieronymus Fischer, Apr 01 2012


STATUS

approved



