A Sequence from Digit Sums & Products

A
sequence is formed from integer n thus: if any of n's digits are
zero, n = n + the sum of its digits; if n contains no zeroes, n =
the product of its digits. All subsequent terms are formed in the same
way. The sequence terminates when a term is reduced to a single digit. Example: 27, 41, 45, 65, 95, 140, 5.
For initial values under 1,000, find all sequences greater than 30 terms. |

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