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29 August 2005

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Thom

I couldn't resist this!
Out of the 13+ million DDC numbers I had previously extracted from WorldCat, 58,553 had all 10 digits in them. There were 44,218 different numbers with all the digits, and 110 different numbers of length 10 (plus the decimal). I won't spoil the fun by listing those 110.

--Th

Martin

Sentimental and nostalgic. Great.

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