- Author: Graham Mitchell
- Filename: NumberPuzzles2.java

### More Number Puzzles

Use nested `for`

loops to generate a list of all
the two digit numbers which are less than or equal to fifty-six,
and the sum of whose digits is greater than ten.

Use another set of nested `for`

loops to find
a two-digit number such that the number itself minus the number
reversed is equal to the sum of its digits.

For example, 72 is not such a number because 72-27 (which is 45)
is **not** the same as the sum of its digits (2+7 = 9).

Finally, put
the code for each of the two parts into its own separate function,
and have a menu in `main()`

which allows you to choose
which of the two sets to find. This main program should keep
repeating until you choose to quit (use a `do-while`

loop for this).

1) Find two digit numbers <= 56 with sums of digits > 10
2) Find two digit number minus number reversed which equals sum of digits
3) Quit
>`1`
(numbers go here)
1) Find two digit numbers <= 56 with sums of digits > 10
2) Find two digit number minus number reversed which equals sum of digits
3) Quit
>`2`
(number goes here)
1) Find two digit numbers <= 56 with sums of digits > 10
2) Find two digit number minus number reversed which equals sum of digits
3) Quit
>`3`

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