_{any()}

This expression returns `True`

if **any** element of the iterable is true.

If the iterable is empty, it will return `False`

.

_{Code}

```
>>> any([1>0,1==0,1<0])
True
>>> any([1<0,2<1,3<2])
False
```

_{all()}

This expression returns `True`

if **all** of the elements of the iterable are true. If the iterable is empty, it will return `True`

.

_{Code}

```
>>> all(['a'<'b','b'<'c'])
True
>>> all(['a'<'b','c'<'b'])
False
```

**Task**

You are given a space separated list of integers. If all the integers are positive, then you need to check if any integer is a palindromic integer.

**Input Format**

The first line contains an integer . is the total number of integers in the list.

The second line contains the space separated list of integers.

**Constraints**

**Output Format**

Print `True`

if all the conditions of the problem statement are satisfied. Otherwise, print `False`

.

**Sample Input**

```
5
12 9 61 5 14
```

**Sample Output**

True

**Explanation**

**Condition 1**: All the integers in the list are positive.

**Condition 2**: 5 is a palindromic integer.

Hence, the output is `True`

.

*Can you solve this challenge in 3 lines of code or less?
There is no penalty for solutions that are correct but have more than 3 lines.*