OFFSET

0,3

COMMENTS

After the leading zero taking the a(n)-th digit of the sequence returns the digits of the sequence.

EXAMPLE

The second term is 1 as the 0 in the first term appears as the first digit in the sequence. Likewise the third term is 2 as the 1 in the second term is the second digit of the sequence, and so on to the eleventh term.

As the eleventh term is 10 and has two digits, the twelfth and thirteenth terms give the most recent position of a 1 and 0 in the sequence, and they appear at the eleventh and twelfth position.

As the twelfth term is 11, the fourteenth and fifteenth terms give the most recent position of the two 1's. The last 1 appears at the fifteenth position, and after appending 15, which contains a 1, the most recent 1 now appears at the seventeenth position.

CROSSREFS

KEYWORD

nonn,base

AUTHOR

Scott R. Shannon, Mar 03 2021

STATUS

approved