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Try this. It's pretty cool. I even tried throwing a 5 digit number at him, and he still got it right.
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Well, I just found it doesn't work if you use the same numbers, like 1111 or 222. Or if you do any numbers that switched around and subtracted equal 0, like 3232.
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Well, it does work with the same numbers, you're just not allowed to pick zero. Plus, since numerals are not differentiated, in the first case you can't scramble them up, and in the second you aren't .
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Okay ... and since the number is always divisible by nine, its digits ADD UP to a number divisible by nine, which means that all the program does is add the digits you type in, divide that number by nine, subtract the remainder from nine, and there's your answer. Clever!
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