Problem 54645. Determine whether the input is an anagram number

In Cody Problem 44293, Mehmet OZC asks us to spell numbers as words. For example, 67 would be “sixty-seven” and 76 would be “seventy-six”. Notice that the spelled-out versions are anagrams of each other.
Write a function to determine whether a number is an anagram number. The input number will be 1000 or smaller, and the function should also return a vector of numbers corresponding to the anagrams or an empty vector if there are none. One change from CP 44293 is to omit “and” in writing numbers larger than 100 (e.g., “one hundred seven” instead of “one hundred and seven”).

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Last Solution submitted on Apr 25, 2024

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