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There is a lucky draw held every day.
if there is a winning number eg 1876,then all possible 
numbers like 1867,1687,1768 etc are the numbers that match 
irrespective of the position of the digit.
Thus all these numbers qualify fr the lucky draw prize
Assume there is no zero digit in any numbers.
write a program to show all the possible winning numbers if 
a "winning number"is passed as an arguments to the function.
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void main()
int sum=0,mul=1,s=0,m=1,i,t,nn,j=1;

printf("Enter number without '0' as its digit


printf("j %d sum %d mul %d",j,sum,mul);

{ t=i;
if(s==sum && mul==m)


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