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 A108810 Self-describing primes. 4
 10153331, 10173133, 10233221, 10311533, 10322321, 12103331, 12163133, 12163331, 12193133, 12311933, 12313319, 15103133, 15233221, 15311633, 15331931, 15333119, 16153133, 16153331, 16173133, 16331531, 16331831 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Self-descriptive numbers are read in pairs of digits. This uses a different method from A047841. Here the digits are described in any order, whereas in A047841 they must be described in increasing order. REFERENCES Computed by Jud McCranie. Mudge, 'Numbers Count', Personal Computer World, Jun 15 1996 LINKS Prime Curios, Self-describing primes EXAMPLE E.g. 10153331 reads "One 0, one 5, three 3's and three 1's", which does indeed describe 10153331. CROSSREFS Cf. A047841, A059504, A109775, A109776. Sequence in context: A262556 A155514 A133595 * A173095 A244076 A234404 Adjacent sequences:  A108807 A108808 A108809 * A108811 A108812 A108813 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR G. L. Honaker, Jr., Jul 12 2005 STATUS approved

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