Limite de tiempo : 1 seg. Total runs : 457 Aceptados : 101
A palindromic number is a 'symmetrical' number like 16461, that remains the same when its digits are
reversed. An S-palindrome is a number like 11, that when multiplied by two, yields a palindromic
The input will consist of a sequence of test cases followed by a zero, each one in a line by its own. Each test case will consist of a single integer n (n ≤ 1×1018
For each test case display the line "Case k is an S-Palindrome." or the line "Case k is not an S-Palindrome.", where k corresponds to the case number (they are sequentially numbered starting with
Case 1 is an S-Palindrome.
Case 2 is an S-Palindrome.
Case 3 is not an S-Palindrome.
Luis Héctor Chávez
1er Concurso Local de Programacion del Club de Progra