# Generalized Digit Parity for Integer Sequences

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This Demonstration shows fractal-like patterns in the generalized digit parity of selected integer sequences. The concept of binary parity can be generalized for non-negative integers and for all positive integer bases by the definition: sum of digits of in base (mod ). Plotting these results in two dimensions sometimes produces interesting patterns. This Demonstration provides a window to view a subset of each pattern by allowing the setting of starting values and ranges for and .

Contributed by: Noel Patson (March 2011)

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"Generalized Digit Parity for Integer Sequences"

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Published: March 7 2011