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A number x in the interval [0,1] is called "satanic" if the decimal expansion of x contains somewhere the sequence 666.

Show that "almost all" numbers in [0,1] are satanic, i.e., that m([0,1]\S)=0 where S is the set of satanic numbers, and m is the Lebesgue measure.

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