As per the wiki page provided in problem 156 "leading zeros are not allowed". Thus the solution set here is flawed.
Chris, you are correct. The definition of a parasitic number does state "No Leading Zeros." That's why I explicitly stated that some of these values would have a leading zero, and when they would occur. While these numbers are technically not parasitic, the method for generating them is the same.
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