Originally Posted by Griff
(...Danged dyslexia...I kept jumping out BEHIND the bus!...geuss I'll jsut hvae ot dael wtih ti...)
Actually, dyslexia has its own problems.
Take any number of two or more digits. Any number at all. For example, I tried 5392.
Swap any two digits. For my example, look at either 5932 or 3592 or 5329.
Subtract the the transposed number from the number it should have been. (If you want to avoid negative numbers, subtract the smaller number from the larger one.)
Add the digits of the answer together. If you have more than a single digit, add the digits of the first result together again, and repeat until you have a single digit.
Check the result against the list of role models above, and . . . . .