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(2): Solution by Jer)

I wholeheartedly accept Jer's reasoning and therefore agree that I

needed to omit the word *other* to justify my intended answer.

The correct solution, which I am going to post as official will be definitely tomarkin's, since even the examples provided by me support his answer.

The deepness of consideration given to a trivial D1 puzzle by the flooblers is really admirable .