Write a program that asks for a four-digit number from the keyboard and compares the first and last digits
Write a program that asks for a four-digit number from the keyboard and compares the first and last digits, the second and third digits in it. If the first digit is equal to the fourth, and the third to the second, then displays “Palindorm”, otherwise “not Palindorm”.
(Solution provided in Python 3.6.4 programming language)
To begin with, let’s create a variable, the value of which will be entered by the user from the keyboard (a four-digit number).
Next, using the if condition, we compare the first and fourth digit of the number, as well as the second and third. Then we print the corresponding answer. As a result, we get the following program:
a = int (input (‘Enter a four-digit number:’))
if a% 10 == a // 1000 and a% 100 // 10 == a // 100% 10:
print (‘not palindrome’)