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All In A Row


Puzzle ID:#27798
Fun:*** (2.39)
Difficulty:** (1.9)
Submitted By:peppamintp*us****
Corrected By:calmsavior




How many groups of consecutive numbers adding up to 11 are there? Be careful, the groups may overlap.
Example : 55126916433333299815812427
There are five groups here : 551, 164, 3332, 29, 812.


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