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e.g. 1524 --> 15244251

or 1524 -->1524251

Any palindromic number will be of this form.

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People have created programs that do these reversal/add techniques to numbers and then show how many steps it took to get palindromic. http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/51508.html

However, a few numbers such at 196 even after 2 million steps has still not become palindromic. Is there any alternative ways of finding palindromic numbers by usuing a different process instead of the reversal/add?

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