Who are they?
Primus-Orderus Primes (POP) are primes which contain their order in the sequence of primes.
nth prime, in order to be POP, must contain all the digits of
n in a certain way which I'll explain.
Let's get things clearer:
All digits of
n must appear among the digits of POP in the same order they appear in
6469th prime is
64679 which is POP because it contains all digits of
6469 in the right order .
1407647 is POP because it is the
107647th prime number
14968819 is POP (968819th prime).So this challenge is NOT OEIS (A114924)
1327 is NOT POP because it is the
217th prime (digits are not in the right order)
You guessed right!
Given an integer
n, output the
1->17 3->14723 5->57089 10->64553 29->284833 34->14968819
This is code-golf so the shortest answer in bytes wins!
All these should be 1-Indexed