The number N is a string of decimal digits in which every digit is a difference between two other digits.
Examples: 333012 is such a number. So is 1278990.
What is the smallest pandigital number that possesses the above feature?
(In reply to
re: Solution............not quite by Ady TZIDON)
Could you give a hint as to what I've done wrong? Unless you allow for leading zeroes, I thought my reasoning was sound.

Posted by tomarken
on 20160504 12:58:19 