Pandigital number of order 10 has two 0s and one 1
Pandigital number of order 11 has two 0s and two 1s
Pandigital number of order 12 has two 0s, two 1s and two 2s
Pandigital number of order 13 has two 0s, two 1s, two 2s and two 3s
and so on...It wasn't clear to me at first, and I didn't find on the net anything about the order of pandigital numbers. Moreover, If one needs more examples: pandigit11(9) = 285120; and pandigital(12) = 59875200.

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