A Pandigital Number is a number containing all of the digits from 0-9 inclusive, with the added stipulation that it does not have a leading zero. Lower level pandigital numbers just contain the digits 0-X, where X is less than 9.
Write a MATLAB script that takes as input the number X, and another integer Y. Determine how many pandigital numbers containing the digits 0-X are evenly divisible by Y. For example, there are thirteen pandigital numbers containing 0-4 that are evenly divisible by 7:
43120 42301 41230 32410 31402 31024 30142 23401 24031 20314 14203 10234 10423
The number 03421 does not count. Even though it contains all of the digits 0-4, it has a leading zero. Therefore, the output of pandigit_factors(4,7) would be 13. You do not need to output all of the numbers themselves, just how many of them there are. Good luck!