C Program to Check Whether a Number is Palindrome or Not

by | Jan 31, 2023 | C, C Programs

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In this C program, we will learn to write a program that will check whether a number is a Palindrome or not.

Palindrome means when the reverse of a number is equal to the original number.

For example, 96569 is a palindrome, but 99665 is not a palindrome.

Go through the C language concepts written below to get a better understanding.

1. Operators in C

2. if-else statement

3. while and do-while loop


int main()
int x;
printf("enter a number:");

int org=x; // x is copied to variable org for further use
int rem=0; // rem is used for remainder
int z=0;
z=z*10+rem; // formation of reversed integer
x=x/10; // elimination of last digit
printf("Reversed number is: %d",z);

if(z==org) // condition check
printf("\n%d is a palindrome",org);
printf("\n%d is not a palindrome",org);
return 0;




int org=x; here the value of ‘x’ is copied to some other variable named ‘org’ because we want the same value in further code and w cannot use ‘x’ since its value will get change.

The above code is the same as code we write in ‘reverse of a number’ except the last part of if-else statement.


According to the definition of palindrome if the statement written above gives a true result then it will print that the number entered by the user is a palindrome otherwise it is not.

1010101 is a palindrome because its reverse is also the same as the original value.



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