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Introduction

Palindromic numbers are numbers which read the same from

left to right (forwards) as from the right to left (backwards)
Here are a few random examples : 535, 3773, 246191642

Palindromic Pronic Numbers are defined and calculated by this extraordinary intricate and excruciatingly complex formula.
So, this line is for experts only

 base x ( base + n )

In case of n = 1 we speak about our 'pronic' numbers a.k.a. oblong numbers!
Every pronic number is the double of a triangular. A quick look at both formulae reveals this fact n(n+1)/2 versus n(n+1).

To know more about the case whereby n = 2 visit this page named Palindromic Quasipronic Numbers.

The case whereby n > 2 please go to this page Palindromic Quasipronics of the form n(n+x).

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Palindromic Pronic Numbers

So far this compilation counts 110 palindromic pronic numbers.
Here is the largest Sporadic Pronic Palindromic that Patrick De Geest,
discovered, using CUDA code by Robert Xiao, on [ June 24, 2023 ]

 This basenumber 542.552.107.088.554.950.844.257.896.843 has 30 digits yielding the following extraordinary palindromic pronic record number (ppn) 294.362.788.906.230.799.339.509.080.886.688.080.905.933.997.032.609.887.263.492 with a staggering length of 60 digits.

 This world record was achieved using CUDA code written by Robert Xiao and no longer on Rust. Recently he generalized the program to handle arbitrary quadratics. CUDA is a programming language, or more properly a programming toolkit, for writing software to run on GPUs rather than CPUs. It runs about 50 times faster on our GPUs though the logic of the code follows the Rust version closely. I asked Robert now that his CUDA is running at warp speed how far it would reach. He answered that as for 70 digits the time estimate on that is around ~400 days on one of our GPUs. 60 digits is about two days of GPU time, and it’ll go up by a factor of 10 every 4 digits. Doable but it’ll be a pretty decent power bill :) “Maybe we could get some palindrome enthusiasts together”, as David Griffeath put it, “and get a distributed computation going.” The program is very amenable to divide-and-conquer approaches.

Palindromic Pronic Numbers of the form x*(x+1) can only start or end with the digits 0, 2 and 6. And if it terminates in 6, it terminates in 06 or 56.
Alas, my palindromes may not have leading 0's! So the zero option must not be investigated.
2 can be followed by any number : 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 or 29
6 can only be followed by 0 or 5 : 60 or 65

There are no palindromic pronic numbers of lengths 2, 5, 9, 12, 18, 20, 30, 34, 41, 42, 48, 49.
(Sloane's A034307)

 Case Pronic Change of variables CUDApalin parameters Base Correction x(x+1) n.a. `A B C →  1 1 0 ` base = CUDAbase

Warut Roonguthai (website) found this record number not by letting his UBASIC program perform an exhaustive search but by 'computer-assisted construction'.
He probably saw the following pattern emerging after finding these two ppn's :

[26] 2554554552
[42] 25545544554552
Could it be that he noticed that the second basenumber equals the first one with a core number 5445 added in between ?
25545|54552
2554554|4554552
Excited by this initial discovery maybe he tried to find an expansion by setting up a grow-pattern.
Perhaps he succeeded after realising he had to use two alternate core numbers 5445 and 4554 !
That insight paves the way to construct ppn's up to the record one :
255455445|544554552
25545544554|45544554552
2554554455445|5445544554552
255455445544554|455445544554552
It's a pity that this remarkable expansion is finite.
Note that the last basenumber has 30 digits and leads sofar to the largest constructed palindromic number of my whole website nl. 59 digits. Quite an achievement !

A similar procedure applied on the non-palindromic basenumber [32] and using core numbers 4455 and 5544 gave birth to more palindromic pronic numbers :
[32] 255455445447
255455|445447
25545544|55445447
2554554455|4455445447
255455445544|554455445447
25545544554455|44554455445447

Warut emailed me after reading all these assumptions and wrote that the way he recognized the patterns of the two ppn series is quite different from what I guessed above ! Actually he sees them as follows :
255 (4554)n 552, for n = 1 to 6
255 (4554)n 45447, for n = 1 to 5
Simplicity is the hall-mark of truth.
|Astonishing!|

Curious Pairs of Consecutives

16 & 17

Admire for a moment this extraordinary manyfold construction with Two Consecutive Integers 16 and 17.

16 x 17 = 272   [ or 16 + 162 ]

161 + 171 = 33
162 + 172 = 545
163 + 173 = 9009

171161 = 1
172162 = 33

and this bellying construction (finite, alas) where 16 and 17 embrace the numbers 70 is quite phenomenal !

162 + 172 = 545
17062 + 17072 = 5824285
1707062 + 1707072 = 58281418285
170707062 + 170707072 = 582818040818285

and that is not all because when we add more consecutives to the expression we see the following :

163 + 173 + 183 = 14841 (#3)
163 + 173 + ... + 253 + 263 = 108801 (#11)
163 + 173 + ... + 4073 + 4083 = 6961551696 (#393)
or summing the #311 squares from 16 up to 326
162 + 172 + ... + 3252 + 3262 = 11600611
See Powered consecutives summing to palindromes for the database.

Changing the cube to squares in the above expression allows us to stuff the three consecutive numbers with 73

17362 + 17372 + 17382 = 9051509
1737362 + 1737372 + 1737382 = 90553635509
The three consecutive numbers 16, 17 and 18 generate primes when applied to the formula n2 + n + 5.
Another such triplet is {191,192,193}, can you find more ?
162 + 16 + 5 = 277 is also a prime with multiplicative persistence of value 4 - see A034051.
172 + 17 + 5 = 311
182 + 18+ 5 = 347
Last one in the queue are these two polynomials whereby 16 and 17 embrace the number  87
18762 + 18771 = 3521253
1878762 + 1878771 = 35297579253

All above operations yield a palindromic result!

Note that 9009 can be expressed as the product of four consecutives i.e. the sequence (n) x (n+2) x (n+4) x (n+6)
or 9009 = 7 x 9 x 11 x 13

A remarkable similar repetitive infinite nonpalindromic pattern can be made with 16 and 17 in the following manner :

16 + 17 = 33
1706 + 1707 = 3413
170706 + 170707 = 341413
17070706 + 17070707 = 34141413
Chen Shuwen (email) of the People's Republic of China made a profound search for solutions of the Diophantine System.
In his website about Equal Sums of Like Powers I came across the following :
( k = 1,2 )
[ 0, 16, 17 ] = [ 1, 12, 20 ] = [ 2, 10, 21 ] = [ 5, 6, 22 ]
meaning :
33 = 0 + 16 + 17 = 1 + 12 + 20 = 2 + 10 + 21 = 5 + 6 + 22
545 = 02 + 162 + 172 = 12 + 122 + 202 = 22 + 102 + 212 = 52 + 62 + 222

The equation n2 + n + 17 is known to produce 16 primes for consecutive values of n from 0 to 15.
The integer sequence whereby %N n2 + n + 17 is composite. (Sloane's A007636) begins as follows :
%S 16,17,20,25,32,33,34,36,39,41,43,48,50,51,...

Making operations with the concatenation of our two consecutive numbers 16 and 17
gives rise to more palindromic outcome :

17161617 = 99
1716 + 1617 = 3333
1716 x 1617 = 2774772
GCD ( 1716 , 1617 ) = 33
1617 = the 33rd Pentagonal Number !
Note 1617 is also 7 times the 21st triangular number (7 x 231)
and 231 is the 16th partition number.
or play around with their reversals :
16 + 61 = 77
17 + 71 = 88
1617 + 7161 = 8778
1716 + 6171 = 7887
71176116 = 1001
17171616 = 101

1661 + 1771 = 3432 = 2 x 1716 !!!
Note that 1716 = 11 * 12 * 13 the product of three consecutive integers.
A small discovery made using Pi-Search
The string 1771 was first found at position 8448 counting from the first digit after the decimal point.
The 3. is not counted.

Let me tell you a story about, by now, two wellknown consecutive numbers :

The smallest number one must multiply with 16 to arrive at a palindrome is 17.
16 x 17 = 272
The smallest number one must multiply with 17 to arrive at a palindrome is 16.
17 x 16 = 272

Let me retell the above story but now with the 'concatenated' numbers 16 and 17 :

The smallest number one must multiply with 1617 to arrive at a palindrome is 123.
1617 x 123 = 198891
The smallest number one must multiply with 1716 to arrive at a palindrome is 147.
1716 x 147 = 252252
Note that when we multiply these two multipliers together we find again a palindrome !
123 x 147 = 18081

On [ September 1st, 1997 ] Bill Taylor (email) posted the following puzzle in sci.math involving the numbers 16 and 17 :
Partition the integers 1 to 23 into three sets, such that for no set are there three different numbers with two adding to the third.
There are three solutions... (23 was the largest number for which this could be done.)

```*****************
1   2   4   8   11   16   22
3   5   6   7   19   21   23
9   10   12   13   14   15   17   18   20
*****************
1   2   4   8   11   17   22
3   5   6   7   19   21   23
9   10   12   13   14   15   16   18   20
*****************
1   2   4   8   11   22
3   5   6   7   19   21   23
9   10   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   20
*****************
```
It's intriguing to note that most of the integers are fixed,
with just 16 & 17 movable. (Bill doubts there's any real significance in this though.)

While skimming through the integer sequences in Sloane's table I came across entry number A006488.
The description is as follows : n! (n factorial) has a square number of digits.
The term 1617 pops up on the second line.
I asked Warut Roonguthai to calculate this square number for me.
He responded concise but to the point :
Since n! is asymptotically equal to (n/e)^n*sqrt(2*pi*n) (Stirling's formula),
we can find that log(1617!) is about 4.488,2.
So 1617! has 4489 = 672 digits.
All along the answer was hidden in the proper digits of the term itself !

The least integer such that the decimal part of its square root starts with
the ninedigits number 123456789 is, lo and behold [ Source: Solution to Problem #14 ]
1661201661617^(1/2) = 1288876.12345678900003617...
After careful observation we noticed the following facts :
1. the number begins with 16 and ends with 17.
1661201661617
2. we find twice the occurence of 1661.
1661201661617
3. and once the occurence of 1617.
1661201661617
4. the inverse reversal 6116 also occurs in a separated way.
1661201661617

Let me quote a paragraph from Theoni Pappas' Book “The Joy of Mathematics”, Wide World Publishing/Tetra,
Edition 1998, page 3, from the very first chapter 'The evolution of Base Ten'.

“... and scientists were reticent to employ the base 10 system
because it had no simple way to denote fractions. But it became
popular when merchants adopted it, since it proved so
invaluable in their work and record keeping. Later, decimal
fractions made their appearance in the 16th century, and the
decimal point was introduced in 1617 by John Napier.”

Here is a prime starting with 1716 having the interesting property
that it will remain prime when any of its digits is deleted.

1716336911

[ Source: Prime Curios! 1716336911 ]

A second interesting equation I found is this one.
Note the presence of '17' and '61' in the prime result.

17171616 = 808793517812627212561

[ Source: Prime Curios! 808793517812627212561 ]

We knew already that 16 + 17 = 33
Did you know, a nice pattern exists, taken from WONplate 152, i.e.
Near_tautonymic numbers of the form (T)_(T + 1) as SQUARES
(4n)5(3n)2(8n)8_(4n)5(3n)2(8n)9 = (6n)7(3n)2(6n)72
Among the first 33333 values of n only 0, 16, 17, 33, 2738, 3096 yield PRIMES for the
right part of the equation ! Note the succession of the same three values 16, 17 and 33.
n = 16
prime ^ 2 = 666666666666666673333333333333333266666666666666667 ^ 2 =
444444444444444453333333333333333288888888888888888_444444444444444453333333333333333288888888888888889
n = 17
prime ^ 2 = 666666666666666667333333333333333332666666666666666667 ^ 2 =
444444444444444445333333333333333332888888888888888888_444444444444444445333333333333333332888888888888888889

1617 occurs many times as displacement to powers of ten
so that this number forms a (probable) prime nearest to those axes.

 109109 – 1617 10293 + 1617 10388 + 1617 101276 + 1617 101651 + 1617 102416 + 1617 106689 + 1617 1018448 + 1617 1025344 + 1617 1028725 + 1617 1041905 + 1617

A prime gap of  1716 occurs twice
between the following nearest primes around powers of ten :
Between 101653927 and 101653 + 789 (difference is 1716)
Between 101857137 and 101857 + 1579 (difference is 1716)

162 + 172 = 545

Now Jean Claude Rosa found an impressive extension of the expression of the square of two consecutives
[ Source : sumsquare.htm ]

16508893703300162 + 16508893703300172 = 5450871426137276727316241780545

Note that 16 and 17 appear also in the decimal expansion of the palindrome !

From wonplate 197 there is this nice FEP (First Encountered Prime) duo :
We have not only 16 + 1 = 17 but also 1945 + 1 = 1946 !
[1945][1_16] = prime!
[1946][1_17] = prime!
One needs to add at least 16 ones to 1945 to arrive at a prime.
One needs to add at least 17 ones to 1946 to arrive at a prime.
Can you find the next couple of numbers with this property ?

1621 & 1622

Just a twofold construction this time starting with primenumber 1621 but with larger palindromic outcome !

1621 x 1622 = 2629262
16212 + 16222 = 5258525

Sources Revealed

John H. Conway and Richard K. Guy, in their work “The Book of Numbers”, speak about pronic numbers
when they refer to the product of two consecutive integers n(n + 1) or twice the triangular number T(n).

Here is Eric Weisstein's definition of a Pronic Number.

Huen Y.K. from Singapore developed a general generating function for palindromic products
of consecutive integers using concise programcode written for Macsyma 2.2.1.
Global Generating Function For Palindromic Products of Consecutive Integers.

 Neil Sloane's ”Integer Sequences“ Encyclopedia can be consulted online : Neil Sloane's Integer Sequences The normal pronic numbers are already categorised. %N The pronic numbers: n(n+1) under A002378. Check out the following two entries about Palindromic Pronic Numbers %N n(n+1) is a palindrome under A028336. %N Palindromes of form n(n+1) under A028337. Click here to view some of the author's [P. De Geest] entries to the table. Click here to view some entries to the table about palindromes.

The Table

Index NrBasenumberLength
Palindromic Pronic Numbers [ Formula n(n+1) ]Length

[QP1] Two consecutives (n) x (n+1)
Palindromic Pronic Numbers

One can find the regular numbers of the form n(n+1) at
%N n(n+1). under A002378.
The palindromic numbers of the form n(n+1) are categorised as follows :
%N n(n+1) is a palindrome. under A028336.
%N Palindromes of the form n(n+1). under A028337.

Credits for earlier terms see Contribution Section at the bottom.
More terms from Patrick De Geest, Jun 24, 2023. See Index Nrs 109 and 110.
110542.552.107.088.554.950.844.257.896.84330
294.362.788.906.230.799.339.509.080.886.688.080.905.933.997.032.609.887.263.49260
109489.359.849.293.616.698.599.019.712.38830
239.473.062.100.671.247.666.800.361.701.107.163.008.666.742.176.001.260.374.93260
108256.375.288.386.585.303.594.683.736.05230
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103147.714.724.743.240.911.096.643.847.40330
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10114.151.717.193.775.152.311.341.052.12629
200.271.099.532.591.271.832.798.573.636.375.897.238.172.195.235.990.172.00257
1008.100.996.822.390.891.944.117.676.51228
65.626.149.516.387.328.478.238.194.555.549.183.287.482.378.361.594.162.65656
994.821.320.883.331.063.084.866.217.33628
23.245.135.060.044.222.418.421.392.577.529.312.481.422.244.006.053.154.23256
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95779.801.512.547.589.097.035.972.55727
608.090.398.971.507.755.946.586.056.650.685.649.557.705.179.893.090.80654
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228.772.468.625.750.853.133.838.559.955.838.331.358.057.526.864.277.82254
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9147.474.640.248.485.781.264.512.76626
2.253.841.466.723.146.083.048.160.220.618.403.806.413.276.641.483.52252
90( wr )   25.545.544.554.455.445.544.554.55226
652.574.846.583.668.267.816.885.656.588.618.762.866.385.648.475.25651
8924.664.219.622.898.547.441.653.88226
608.323.729.606.573.765.768.282.565.282.867.567.375.606.927.323.80651
8816.077.772.292.644.112.713.002.54826
258.494.761.894.114.728.324.489.525.984.423.827.411.498.167.494.85251
8715.898.002.337.555.893.441.543.87626
252.746.478.324.932.652.034.884.060.488.430.256.239.423.874.647.25251
864.996.103.555.848.566.189.128.69325
24.961.050.740.762.687.134.037.400.473.043.178.626.704.705.016.94250
85( wr )   255.455.445.544.554.455.445.44724
65.257.484.658.366.826.781.638.483.618.762.866.385.648.475.25647
84( wr )   255.445.544.554.455.445.544.55224
65.252.426.232.722.282.129.202.020.292.128.222.723.262.425.25647
83255.026.231.105.195.553.803.79224
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82160.710.793.885.413.017.976.54824
25.827.959.271.279.706.287.024.942.078.260.797.217.295.972.85247
81142.318.630.031.242.794.328.40124
20.254.592.453.969.763.373.355.855.337.336.796.935.429.545.20247
8050.041.660.886.233.890.263.85123
2.504.167.824.252.830.819.532.442.359.180.382.524.287.614.05246
79( wr )   25.545.544.554.445.544.554.55223
652.574.846.583.162.415.454.424.454.514.261.385.648.475.25645
78( wr )   25.544.554.554.445.545.544.55223
652.524.267.385.044.663.854.424.458.366.440.583.762.425.25645
7725.515.127.911.702.848.979.21223
651.021.752.350.557.787.134.939.431.787.755.053.257.120.15645
764.535.567.920.553.179.774.37322
20.571.376.361.951.095.277.588.577.259.015.916.367.317.50244
75( wr )   2.554.554.455.445.544.554.55222
6.525.748.465.836.682.678.664.668.762.866.385.648.475.25643
742.461.611.964.203.752.530.09722
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731.650.614.605.673.801.852.60822
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721.489.721.139.127.855.915.96622
2.219.269.072.364.396.642.539.352.466.934.632.709.629.12243
711.488.064.682.926.106.222.84122
2.214.336.500.571.973.048.839.388.403.791.750.056.334.12243
7077.983.954.983.470.964.04220
6.081.497.234.864.025.807.667.085.204.684.327.941.80640
69( wr )   25.545.544.554.455.445.44720
652.574.846.583.668.262.858.262.866.385.648.475.25639
6815.251.279.843.549.799.28820
232.601.536.866.268.390.262.093.862.668.635.106.23239
675.398.911.022.504.737.05619
29.148.240.228.923.145.399.354.132.982.204.284.19238
665.381.424.298.612.875.41319
28.959.727.481.701.078.088.087.010.718.472.795.98238
652.457.845.237.463.156.83719
6.041.003.211.320.321.823.281.230.231.123.001.40637
641.505.031.457.201.893.53319
2.265.119.687.167.255.086.805.527.617.869.115.62237
63777.568.874.404.375.43718
604.613.354.442.487.383.383.784.244.453.316.40636
62452.092.594.175.225.92618
204.387.713.708.085.523.325.580.807.317.783.40236
61( wr )   255.455.445.544.554.55218
65.257.484.658.366.876.367.866.385.648.475.25635
60164.091.059.979.032.47818
26.925.875.965.042.434.343.424.056.957.852.96235
5916.894.240.027.247.21317
285.415.346.098.241.929.142.890.643.514.58233
5816.527.595.524.408.90817
273.161.413.818.461.383.164.818.314.161.37233
5716.481.958.009.966.69117
271.654.939.842.305.181.503.248.939.456.17233
565.177.562.474.527.17816
26.807.153.177.631.999.913.677.135.170.86232
554.972.663.340.772.09316
24.727.380.700.658.677.685.600.708.372.74232
544.570.386.636.562.27316
20.888.434.007.667.011.076.670.043.488.80232
534.526.244.131.170.92616
20.486.885.934.959.255.295.943.958.868.40232
52( wr )   2.554.554.455.445.44716
6.525.748.465.836.186.816.385.648.475.25631
512.450.326.711.358.32216
6.004.100.992.396.091.906.932.990.014.00631
501.651.452.340.119.01616
2.727.294.831.684.575.754.861.384.927.27231
491.578.831.273.783.30616
2.492.708.191.076.218.126.701.918.072.94231
48( wr )   255.455.444.554.55215
65.257.484.152.564.046.525.148.475.25629
47( wr )   255.445.545.544.55215
65.252.426.738.554.045.583.762.425.25629
46244.952.812.962.00215
60.001.880.577.997.779.977.508.810.00629
4577.845.215.132.22214
6.059.877.518.982.002.898.157.789.50628
4448.677.117.352.86314
2.369.461.753.784.444.873.571.649.63228
4346.378.652.817.87114
2.150.979.437.200.660.027.349.790.51228
4225.545.544.554.55214
652.574.846.588.626.885.648.475.25627
4125.509.264.105.80714
650.722.555.219.838.912.555.227.05627
4017.103.596.748.24314
292.533.021.726.525.627.120.335.29227
3916.764.499.079.98614
281.048.429.402.868.204.924.840.18227
3816.590.433.647.49114
275.242.488.611.818.116.884.242.57227
378.107.780.745.37213
65.736.108.615.033.051.680.163.75626
365.065.320.693.32313
25.657.473.726.211.262.737.475.65226
351.559.870.854.10613
2.433.197.081.490.941.807.913.34225
34Prime!    1.423.698.345.40113
2.026.916.978.698.968.796.196.20225
33546.176.761.66812
298.309.054.986.689.450.903.89224
32255.455.445.44712
65.257.484.608.780.648.475.25623
31255.126.517.20712
65.089.539.782.428.793.598.05623
30155.482.156.41812
24.174.700.964.546.900.747.14223
2977.714.915.54211
6.039.608.097.777.908.069.30622
2847.878.213.55811
2.292.323.333.553.333.232.92222
2725.541.432.47211
652.364.772.747.277.463.25621
262.554.554.55210
6.525.748.961.698.475.25619
251.694.576.06110
2.871.588.028.208.851.78219
24166.691.1089
27.785.925.652.958.77217
23142.594.2269
20.333.113.431.133.30217
2250.702.7518
2.570.769.009.670.75216
2147.370.0588
2.243.922.442.293.42216
2015.814.1488
250.087.292.780.05215
1915.282.4118
233.552.101.255.33215
1815.137.5668
229.145.919.541.92215
175.218.9837
27.237.788.773.27214
164.670.0287
21.809.166.190.81214
151.713.5437
2.936.231.326.39213
141.610.1517
2.592.587.852.95213
13143.4986
20.591.819.50211
12142.4016
20.278.187.20211
1152.0085
2.704.884.07210
105.3134
28.233.2828
9( cd )   5.2914
27.999.9728
82.4574
6.039.3067
7Prime!    1.6214
2.629.2627
65383
289.9826
5772
6.0064
4162
2723
3Prime!    21
61
211
21
101
01

Contributions

Chad Davis (email) is the first contributor to this topic. In fact he is the inspirator by sending me the first nine consecutives.
Much appreciated, thanks !

Warut Roonguthai (email) got inspired by these palindromes and wrote and ran
'a very simple UBASIC program to search exhaustively for palindromic pronic numbers of length 18, 19 and 20.'
He discovered two new ones with index numbers [25] and [26] respectively.
Two days later he improved his program so it ran 100 times faster.
It produced the pronic numbers with index starting from [27] !

PDG's program completed the search for ppn's up to length 43 inclusive.

More terms from Warut Roonguthai, Index Nrs [46], [47], [51], [60] and nine higher ppn's in the table indicated with ( wr ).

[ November 11, 2022 ]
David Griffeath (email) using Rust code by Robert Xiao (email) added six missing entries [76], [77], [80], [81], [82], and [83].
“ These additions extend the pronic full listing up to (but not including) 50 digits.
Once Robert's gpu code is up and running, a goal of mind is to complete the pronic
listing through 60 digits and, perhaps, to break Roonguthai's 25-year old record. ”

[ November 17-18, 2022 ]
David Griffeath (email) using Robert Xiao's (email) magnificent new CUDA palindrome finder, added all remaining entries from
length 48 up to length 58 ( i.e. [86] up to [102] ). Except for entries [90] & [98] which were already found by Warut Roonguthai.
“ Below (...) is a complete listing of pronic palindromes with digit counts from 48 to 58 (inclusive),
achieved over the past couple days and nights with Robert's magnificent new CUDA palindrome finder.
The search for pronics is particularly speedy because their bases n cannot have a trailing digit of 4,5, or 9.
I hope to finish this accounting through 59 digits within the next few days. We are currently planning an attack
strategy for the main event: finding all SSPs with sizes up to and including 60 digits. Barring unforeseen
circumstances, this goal will happen by early December.”

[ November 21, 2022 ]
David Griffeath (email) using Robert Xiao's (email) magnificent new CUDA palindrome finder, announces a world record
that beats Warut Roonguthai's discovery by 1% ! ( See [108] )
“The idea here was to use Robert's nice trailing-digit search feature to restrict to base numbers ending with 52.
palindromes with a recursive generating pattern that breaks down eventually. Me and my laptop got lucky.”

[ November 23, 2022 ]
David Griffeath (email) completed the 59-digit collection by adding the entries [103] up to [106].

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