[seqfan] Re: Subset of A152824

Joshua Zucker joshua.zucker at gmail.com
Wed Dec 17 21:08:27 CET 2008

Thanks as always to everyone for the polite, friendly, and helpful
hints, suggestions, and corrections.

In particular:

On Sun, Dec 14, 2008 at 4:50 AM,  <f.firoozbakht at sci.ui.ac.ir> wrote:
> I think definition of the sequence A152824 according to the
> first five terms isn't correct.
> A better definition: Numbers n such that the remainder of n when dividing
> by each digits of n is equal to one.

Uh oh!  Should 338 be in the sequence or not?

If it should be in the sequence then I need to do a little revision of
my program.

I suppose I should ask the original author what the intent was, and
that's what I'll go do now.

I personally don't find it interesting enough to think that both
sequences, the one beginning 223 289 337 338 379 386 433 434 446 469
477 649 669 673 674 676 677 737 787 788 866 868 869 938 and the one
beginning 223 289 337 379 433 469 477 649 673, need to be in OEIS, but
if someone else disagrees I'm happy to submit whichever one the author
didn't intend.  (Probably it's best to direct such emails to me rather
than further cluttering the list.)

--Joshua Zucker

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