Enigma 1012: Pieces of eight
From New Scientist #2168, 9th January 1999 [link]
In this sum each letter represents a different digit. The same letter represents the same digit wherever it appears and no number starts with a zero.
What is the 5-digit number represented by EIGHT?
This is the first puzzle that was published in 1999, so there is now a complete 15 year archive of Enigma puzzles from the start of 1999 to the final Enigma puzzle published in December 2013. There is also a complete 11 year archive of earlier puzzles from October 1977 to January 1989. As well as Tantalizer puzzles from 1976 and 1977. This brings the total number of archived puzzles to over 1400. I will continue to expand the archive by posting puzzles on a regular schedule.