Crates.io | palindronum |

lib.rs | palindronum |

version | 1.0.2 |

source | src |

created_at | 2023-07-05 14:02:40.39871 |

updated_at | 2024-04-23 12:58:25.480608 |

description | Number palindromes |

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repository | https://github.com/EngosSoftware/palindronum.git |

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https://docs.rs/palindronum

A palindrome is a number that is the same when the digits are reversed. For example, 121, 2332, and 6 are all palindromes. But 10 is not a palindrome (since leading zeroes are not allowed). 0 is treated as a palindrome.

To check if a number is a palindrome, use **is_palindrome** function, e.g.:

```
let x = 123; // no, this is not a palindrome
let is_palindrome = palindronum::is_palindrome(x);
println!("{x} is a palindrome: {is_palindrome}");
```

output:

```
123 is a palindrome: false
```

```
let x = 121; // yes, this is a palindrome
let is_palindrome = palindronum::is_palindrome(x);
println!("{x} is a palindrome: {is_palindrome}");
```

output:

```
121 is a palindrome: true
```

To generate first *n* palindromes, use **first_n_palindromes** function, e.g.:

```
let first_10_palindromes = palindronum::first_n_palindromes(10);
for x in first_10_palindromes {
println!("{x:2} is a palindrome");
}
```

output:

```
1 is a palindrome
2 is a palindrome
3 is a palindrome
4 is a palindrome
5 is a palindrome
6 is a palindrome
7 is a palindrome
8 is a palindrome
9 is a palindrome
11 is a palindrome
```

Licensed under either of

- MIT license (see LICENSE-MIT) or
- Apache License, Version 2.0 (see LICENSE and NOTICE)

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