RATS Sequences

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Take a number, reverse its digits, add that to the original, and then sort the digits. Repeating this produces what is known as a RATS sequence (Reverse Add Then Sort). John Conway conjectured that such a sequence eventually cycles or becomes a divergent period-two pattern.

Contributed by: Rob Morris (March 2011)
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