# Python Program to check if the given number is a palindrome number

Here’s an example Python code to check if a given number is a palindrome:

```# Define a function to check if a number is a palindrome
def is_palindrome(num):
# Convert the number to a string and reverse it
reversed_num_str = str(num)[::-1]
# Compare the original and reversed strings
return str(num) == reversed_num_str

# Test the function with some sample numbers
num1 = 12321
num2 = 12345
if is_palindrome(num1):
print(num1, "is a palindrome.")
else:
print(num1, "is not a palindrome.")
if is_palindrome(num2):
print(num2, "is a palindrome.")
else:
print(num2, "is not a palindrome.")```

In this code, we define a function `is_palindrome()` that takes one argument `num` and returns `True` if the number is a palindrome, and `False` otherwise. To check if the number is a palindrome, we first convert it to a string using the `str()` function. We then use slicing with a step value of -1 to reverse the string. Finally, we compare the original string and the reversed string to check if they are equal.

In the main program, we test the `is_palindrome()` function with some sample numbers `num1` and `num2`. We use an `if` statement to check if each number is a palindrome, and use the `print()` function to output the result.

When you run this code, it should output:

```12321 is a palindrome.
12345 is not a palindrome.```

Note that you can replace the sample numbers with any other numbers you want to test the function with.