Thread: Please can anyone help me with this C code?

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    Please can anyone help me with this C code?

    Hi, I need to do a program in C (Im using Bloodshed Dev C++), but I need some help because I have to be honest... I don't know too much about programming, please if someone can help me with this... i'll be very thankful with you.

    Here's the thing:

    "Given a positive integer n, your task is to find a positive integer m, which is a multiple of n, and that m contains the least number of different digits when represented in decimal. For example, number 1334 contains three different digits 1, 3 and 4."

    The input consists of no more than 50 test cases. Each test case has only one line, which contains a positive integer n ( 1n < 65536). There are no blank lines between cases. A line with a single `0' terminates the input.

    For each test case, you should output one line, which contains m. If there are several possible results, you should output the smallest one. Do not output blank lines between cases.

    Sample Input


    Sample Output


    3262 - Different Digits

    Thank you!
    ps: Sorry, my english sucks

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    Step 1: Figure out if you're trying to program in C or C++. You're asking about C code in the C++ forum.

    Step 2: Read the homework policy.

    Step 3: Do your own work. We're not here to do your homework. Do it yourself and we'll help you if you have problems.
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