# Palindrome number in C

Palindrome number in C language: A palindrome number is a which remains the same on reversal. For example, some palindrome numbers are 8, 121, 212, 12321, -454. To check whether a number is a palindrome or not first we reverse it and then compare the number obtained with the original number, if both are same then the number is palindrome otherwise not. Palindrome string program.

## Check palindrome number algorithm

To test if a number is palindrome or not, do the following steps:
1. Get the number from a user.
2. Reverse it.
3. Compare it with the number entered by the user.
4. If both are the same then print palindrome number else print not a palindrome number.

## C program for palindrome number

1. #include <stdio.h>
2.
3. int main()
4. {
5.    int n, reverse = 0, t;
6.
7.    printf("Enter a number to check if it is a palindrome or not\n");
8.    scanf("%d", &n);
9.
10.    t = n;
11.
12.    while (t != 0)
13.    {
14.       reverse = reverse * 10;
15.       reverse = reverse + t%10;
16.       t = t/10;
17.    }
18.
19.    if (n == reverse)
20.       printf("%d is a palindrome number.\n", n);
21.    else
22.       printf("%d isn't a palindrome number.\n", n);
23.
24.    return 0;
25. }

Output of the program:

## Function to check palindrome number

1. int check_palindrome(int n) {
2.   int t, reverse = 0;
3.
4.   t = n;
5.
6.   while (t != 0) {
7.     reverse = reverse * 10;
8.     reverse = reverse + t%10;
9.     t = t/10;
10.   }
11.
12.   if (n == reverse)
13.     return 1;
14.   else
15.     return 0;
16. }