check whether n is a frugal number
I'm confused. My solution followed the definition of frugal numbers from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frugal_number, which includes counting the number of digits in the exponents, and also checks frugality in other bases (not just base 10). But most solutions don't follow this. Can you clarify this?
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