An anagram number is a number that can be multiplied by at least one single digit number (other than 1)

to become an anagram of itself. Any anagrams formed by multiplying an anagram number by a digit are

said to be generated by that anagram number. Two numbers are anagrams of each other if they can both

be formed by rearranging the same combination of digits.

For example:

• 1246878 is an anagram number; multiplying by 6 generates 7481268 or by 7 generates 8728146.

These numbers all contain a single 1, 2, 4, 6, 7 and two 8s.

• 1246879 is not an anagram number.

1(a)

Write a program which reads in a single number (between 1 and 123456789 inclusive)

and determines if it is an anagram number.

If the number is not an anagram number you should output the word NO. If it is an

anagram number you should output each single digit it can be multiplied by to make

an anagram of itself.

**This is a simple programming and my budget is $10. Only willing to pay that or less**

Subject | Computer |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 06/27/2014 09:00 am |

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