Candites

Logic Level 3

A candite is defined as a date \(\text{DD/MM/YYYY}\) (that's right, not American) which contains consecutive digits in any order. An example of a candite is 23/06/1754 because it contains digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.

Find the first candite after the year 2015. If your answer can be represented as \(\text{DD/MM/YYYY}\), write your answer as \(\overline{\text{DD}} \times \overline{\text{MM}} \times \overline{\text{YYYY}}\).

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