%I
%S 1,2,12,8,103,90,80,114,140,91,81,83,85,84
%N Smallest positive number whose name in Spanish has the letter o in the nth position starting from the end. (Spaces are not counted.)
%C a(1)=1 because "uno" is the smallest number with "o" as its last letter;
%C a(2)=2 because "dos" is the smallest number with "o" in the 2nd position starting from the end;
%C a(3)=12 because "doce" is the smallest number with "o" in the 3rd position starting from the end;
%C a(4)=8 because "ocho" is the smallest number with "o" in the 4th position starting from the end;
%C a(5)=103 because "ciento tres" is the smallest number with "o" in the 5th position starting from the end (not counting the space).
%D Bulletin Los Acertijeros 77, June 1996, problem 608 by Rodolfo Kurchan
%K nonn,word
%O 1,2
%A _Rodolfo Kurchan_, Feb 11 2010
