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Programming Enigma Puzzles

12 May 2017

Posted by on **From New Scientist #1545, 29th January 1987** [link]

In the addition sum below, each of the digits from 0 to 9 has been replaced by a letter whenever it occurs. Different letters stand for different digits. You are asked to reproduce the original sum.

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This was the third substituted addition problem published by

New Scientistin four weeks.Again this can be fed straight into the

SubstitutedSum()solver from theenigma.pylibrary.Solution:The original sum is: 943567 + 564759 = 1508326.>> This was the third substituted addition problem published in four weeks <<

They were never very imaginative, were they? 397 and 399 still to come!

At least these are not quite as bad as the footleball league tables.