Given a positive number n. The task is to check if the mirror image of the number is equal to given number or not if displayed on Seven Line Segment. A mirror image of a number is a reflected duplication of the number that appears almost identical but is reversed in the direction perpendicular to the mirror surface.
Input : n = 101 Output: Yes Mirror image of 101 is 101 on seven line segment. So, print "Yes". Input : n = 020 Output : No
Observe each digit when displayed on seven line segment, only digit 0, 1, 8 remain same in their mirror image. So, for a number to be equal to its mirror image, it should contain only 0, 1, 8 digits. Also, observe, for two number to be equal their corresponding position digit should be same. Therefore, mirror image should also contain the same digit on their corresponding digit position. So, the number should also be a palindrome.
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