In the first $1,000,000$ digits of $\pi$, there are $2$ digits that occur the same number of times. Let the number of times it occurs be $A$, and the digits be $B$ and $C$. Find $A\times B\times C$

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$\textbf{Details and Assumptions}$

$\bullet$ The first $1,000,000$ digits of $\pi$ includes the $3$ in $3.1415...$, so if the number is $3.1415$ there are $5$ digits in that number.

$\bullet$ Supposing the $2$ digits that occur the same number of times is $1$ and $2$ and the number of times it occurs is $100$ times, the answer would be $1\times 2\times 100=\boxed{200}$

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