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Pidigital primes (Posted on 2013-08-15) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A pidigital prime is an n-digit number whose digits are the first n digits of pi=3.141592... in some order. For example, 13 is a pidigital prime. Find all pidigital primes less than 10000000.

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