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in The Nineteenth Byte, 2 days ago, by Mr. Xcoder
CMC (slightly harder than a usual CMC): Given an integer, check whether the lengths of the runs of equal adjacent digits follow a pattern of this kind: [a, b, a, b-1, a, b-2, ..., a, 1]. Example: Truthy: 12212, 355545525, 66777700777887797, Falsy: 123456789, 122232222332
Jelly-CMC ^
(Try not to look at my solution there)
in The Nineteenth Byte, yesterday, by Mr. Xcoder
Ammending an issue with my CMC: Given an integer, check whether the lengths of the runs of equal adjacent digits follow a pattern of this kind: [a, b, a, b-1, a, b-2, ..., a, 1, a (?)], where by (?) I mean that the final a may appear or not, in either case giving truthy results
And my third truthy test case should read 667777007778877997
 

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