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Finding self-locating numbers in any number sequence, esp. in pi
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README.md

Slopi is short for Self-Locating numbers in PI.

Self-locating numbers are numbers that the number n is at postion n (after the decimal point) in decimal digits of Pi.

The first 5 such numbers are 1, 16470, 44899, 79873884 and 711939213. It is a quick python script, which runs 22 minutes on my laptop to find them. I am now looking for the next one from 1 trillion digits of Pi.

The C program is developed under Linux, but may also run on various Unix's.

Slopi is not limited to search in pi only, it can be use to search in any numbers.


TODO

  • Pleease fork and help me to make this program faster.

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