This returns true for a = 2 and b = 6, but it shouldn't
Any suggestions for improving the test suite would be appreciated!
Adding test cases a=105 b=30 and a=111 b=3 should weed out a couple of less-than-general solutions.
Add decimal and irrational numbers, but only check if the n-first digits are a permutation of each other.
Is it an Armstrong number?
Whole Number Un-Concatenator
The last non-zero digit of a factorial
Smallest n, for n! to have m trailing zero digits
Spot the First Occurrence of 5
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