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putting together a new website to replace the existing RQ2 website,
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place next week.

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Quiz #161
Reverse Divisible Numbers

This week's quiz is borrowed from Jon Galloway (http://tinyurl.com/
5jvf37).
Don't read the comments or solution there without trying this first!

Your task is to write a bit of Ruby code that will find and report all
integers that are divisible by their reverse. For example, 9801 is
divisible by 1089.

Your script should accept a single, optional argument to specify the
upper
limit of your search. If not provided, the default should be one
million.

There are two extra rules for finding these "reverse divisible"
numbers:

1. Don't count palindromes; they are obviously reverse-divisible.
2. Don't count numbers ending with zero. Reversing such numbers forces
you
   to drop leading zeros on the divisor, and that's not as much fun.