I recently read about the 196-Algorithm problem and i found it extremely interesting.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Do you know if there is a computer programme which automatically does the operation of the reverse-then-add sequence and then repeat the procedure with the sum so obtained, checking of course if the number that has being produced is a palindromic number?

P.S. Sorry in advance for my English.

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# 196-Algorithm (palindromic numbers)

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