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Everybody has certainly heard about palindromes: words that stay the same when read backwards. For instance, kayak, radar, or rotor. Mathematicians are interested in palindromic numbers: positive integers whose expansion in a certain integer base is a palindrome. The following problems are studied: palindromic primes, palindromic squares and higher powers, multi-base palindromic numbers, etc. In this paper, we define and study antipalindromic numbers: positive integers whose expansion in a certain integer base is an antipalindrome. We present new results concerning divisibility and antipalindromic primes, antipalindromic squares and higher powers, and multi-base antipalindromic numbers. We provide a user-friendly application for all studied questions.
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