Palindrome

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A palindrome is a word, sentence, or number that reads the same from left to right as from right to left. Punctuation does not matter, but letters and digits do.

Examples of Palindromes[change | change source]

  • Words: dad, pop, level, racecar, madam, eye, mom
  • Numbers: 121, 9009, 56065, 10001
  • Sentences:
    • Was it a cat I saw?
    • Rats live on no evil star.
    • Never odd or even.
    • Niece indeed nit indeed niece in

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