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 A105945 Any digit d from any integer i must be interpreted as: "The d-est digit of this integer is a `d'". 0

%I

%S 1,11,12,22,111,113,121,122,123,133,222,223,323,333,1111,1114,1131,

%T 1133,1134,1144,1211,1214,1221,1222,1224,1231,1232,1233,1234,1244,

%U 1331,1333,1334,1414,1434,1444,2222,2224,2232,2233,2234,2244,3232,3233,3234,3333

%N Any digit d from any integer i must be interpreted as: "The d-est digit of this integer is a `d'".

%e The only digit of the first term [1] states that the first digit of this integer is a "1" - which is true.

%e The second term [11] says twice that the first digit of this integer is a "1" - which is (doubly) true.

%e The third term [12] states that the first digit of this integer is a "1", the second digit of this integer is a "2" - which, again, is true.

%e The fourth term [22] says twice that the second digit of this integer is a "2" - which, again, is (doubly) true.

%e Etc.

%e This sequence shows all such integers, starting with the smallest one.

%K base,easy,nonn

%O 1,2

%A _Eric Angelini_, Apr 27 2005

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