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A prime number P is called a-pointer if the next prime number can be obtained adding P to its sum of digits (here the 'a' stands for additive), e.g. 471 is a-pointer prime in dozenal since the next prime of 471 is 481, 481−471 = 10, and the sum of digits of 471 is 4+7+1 = 10.

The first few A-pointer prime numbers in base 10[]

31, 51, 95, 147, 181, 471, 545, E45, 1041, 1087, 1245, 1261, 1445, 1715, 1955, 1X01, 2037, 2165, 234E, 2521, 274E, 3005, 3605, 36X5, 49X1, 5001, 5131, 65X5, 7111, 7261, 80EE, 8255, 8451, 9027, 9665, X017, ...

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