I think this assertion part is obsolete, in the form of "assert(islychrel(n))" or "assert(~islychrel(n))" now will fail directly on the new cody system. my code run at my computer seems fine by the way.
It looks like there is an error in the test suite, because 3664 becomes 475574 after 5 iterations, although the test suite says that it's not a Lychrel number. (In addition, OEIS A023108, which lists all non-Lychrel numbers up to 3675, excludes 3664).
Currently, the test suite seems to be working fine.
Tom Holz cause you and me is misunderstood the problem,the problem is check number "not palindrome"
ok! sorry for this, I missunderstood the problem... :-(
my solution is here:
So, I'M NOT LEADER IN THIS PROBLEM!
Sorry, you are leader... :-(
Filter AC, pass DC
The Tower of Hanoi
Project Euler: Problem 4, Palindromic numbers
Back to basics 14 - Keywords
Dimensions of a rectangle
Right Triangle Side Lengths (Inspired by Project Euler Problem 39)
Reverse the Words (not letters) of a String
Inhomogenous Depth Scale Interpolation
Test if a Number is a Palindrome without using any String Operations
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