Problem 2496. Unusual Concatenations

Created by Peter Cook in Community

The sum of the squares of certain unusual integers is equal to the concatenation of their individual digits.

For example:

1233 = 12^2+33^2

990100 = 990^2+100^2

Given a number n, write a function that returns true if the number displays this property, and false otherwise. The number of digits will always be even.

This problem is inspired by this blog post:

Solution Stats

68.97% Correct | 31.03% Incorrect
Last solution submitted on Jul 19, 2018