Trivia

Subject:
Re: [Late] Friday Puzzler-- addition

Alex Y

* I'm not sure if this needs to be stated. If you find a solution with some digit used more than once (other than 000 + 000 = 000!), post that as well.

Answering my own question here, I think I have worked out that there is exactly one solution other than the trivial all-zeros one, and in it, the three letters stand for distinct numerals.

This one can be solved without trial and error.

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