Given a number N, the task is to check whether the number is Automorphic number or not. A number is called Automorphic number if and only if its square ends in the same digits as the number itself.
Input : N = 76 Output : Automorphic Explanation: As 76*76 = 5776 Input : N = 25 Output : Automorphic As 25*25 = 625 Input : N = 7 Output : Not Automorphic As 7*7 = 49
1. Store the square of given number. 2. Loop until N becomes 0 as we have to match all digits with its square. i) Check if (n%10 == sq%10) i.e. last digit of number = last digit of square or not a) if not equal, return false. ii) Otherwise continue i.e. reduce number and square i.e. n = n/10 and sq = sq/10; 3- Return true if all digits matched.
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