# 611111

This number is a prime.

The largest prime formed from the difference m m's minus n n's, where m, n are successive digits, i.e., 666666-55555. Note that there are other two such prime differences, i.e., 4444-333=4111 and 333-22=311 (emirp). [Loungrides]

The smallest prime number that does not produce a distinct digit number when multiplied by any positive integer. That is, it and all of its multiples each has at least one duplicated digit. [Gaydos]

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