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 X-pandigital Words (Posted on 2012-11-07)
Let us define an x-pandigital word, where A=1,B=2,C=3, etc., as an English word such that the concatenated digits 0 to x of the positional letter-values are used exactly once. In order for a word to be a true x-pandigital word all digits between 0 and x, and only digits 0 to x, must be used exactly once.
What are the shortest and longest x-pandigital words*?

A zeroless x-pandigital word is a word with the same constraints as an x-pandigital word, but excludes the digit 0. What are the shortest and longest zeroless x-pandigital words?

*More than one possible word may exist for both shortest and longest. The length of an x-pandigital word can be less or equal to length x. As such, an x-pandigital word that uses more digits is considered longer for words otherwise of the same length.
You may provide as many x-pandigital words you find, even those that are neither the smallest or largest. An example of an x-pandigital word where x=5 is CENT {C=3, E=5, N=14, T=20}. The concatenated value of CENT is 351420, composed of the digits (not numbers) 0 thru 5.

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 Subject Author Date re(2): computer solutions -- revised complete lists Charlie 2012-11-08 09:52:23 re: computer solutions Dej Mar 2012-11-08 01:25:56 computer solutions Charlie 2012-11-07 14:53:32

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