Sorry guys...this is probably really trivial but i'm new to Python.

How do you remove the first digit from a five digit number called x and then add this new number to the original x.
I need to be able to remove any of the digits and add the new number to the original one.

Sorry guys...this is probably really trivial but i'm new to Python.

How do you remove the first digit from a five digit number called x and then add this new number to the original x.
I need to be able to remove any of the digits and add the new number to the original one.

Thanks for any help

I would change the integer to a string then strip the first character off

I'm not sure, without running it myself but I would say:

x=12345
print x+x[0]
#and it should print x+1
#or you could do:
for i in range(len(x)+1):
i-=1
print x+x[i]
#and that should produce:
#12346
#12347
#12348
#12349
#12350

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