Problem 51560. Convert a number from factorial notation to base 10
Just as numbers can be written in different bases, they can also be written in factorial notation. For example, is 463 in base 10 because
If the first place after the decimal point is the 1/2! place, then we would have, for example,
Write a function to convert a number from factorial notation to decimal notation, or base 10. For digits greater than 9, use A, B, C, etc.
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