Write a program that reads from stdin two integers, each newline terminated, hereafter called "number" and "radix", and:
- Prints any fixed message you want if the number is a palindrome in that radix (e.g.
- Prints any different fixed message you want if the number is not a palindrome in that radix (e.g.
- These messages must be the same per each run, but there are no rules about what they must be (whatever's best for golfing).
- You may assume the input is valid, two positive integers. "number" will not exceed
2147483647, "radix" will not exceed
- You may not use external resources, but you may use any math function included by default in your language.
Note: a radix is just the base of the number.
16 10 false 16 3 true 16 20 true 121 10 true 5 5 false 12346 12345 true 16781313 64 true 16781313 16 true