As per the wiki page provided in problem 156 "leading zeros are not allowed". Thus the solution set here is flawed.
Chris, you are correct. The definition of a parasitic number does state "No Leading Zeros." That's why I explicitly stated that some of these values would have a leading zero, and when they would occur. While these numbers are technically not parasitic, the method for generating them is the same.
Reverse Run-Length Encoder
Duplicate each element of a vector.
Generate a random matrix A of (1,-1)
length of a vector
Check that number is whole number
Should Mr McNugget even get out of bed today?
Diophantine Equations (Inspired by Project Euler, problem 66)
Breaking Out of the Matrix
Singularity v5 (with apologies to the true hack masters)
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