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Next on a normal counter would be 0140 but you have no 4 and you can't repeat the 0 so next on your counter is
This will take some thought but the advantage of progressing in order is that when you are ready for a break, write down the last combination you tried and then you can pick up where you stopped. By the way you have 8 possible digits in each place so the number of possible combinations is 8 × 7 × 6 × 5 = 1680. Not all that many. Good luck in this,  


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