# 196-Algorithm: Palindromic Numbers

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This Demonstration is an exploration and display of the 196-algorithm, which consists of taking a number, reversing its digit order, and then adding the result to the original value. The result tends to get one closer to a palindromic number (a palindromic number reads the same from left to right as from right to left, e.g. 1122211). The number 196 does not generate a palindromic number for at least 2,400,000 iterations.

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Contributed by: Vladimir Feinberg (February 2012)

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"196-Algorithm: Palindromic Numbers"

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Published: February 7 2012