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comment Does Graham's number have an odd or an even number of digits?
To avoid trivialities, you should probably restrict the base for the numerals; e.g., decimal or binary. Note that the ternary numeral for any of the $G_i(i \ge 1)$ has evenly many digits, being just $1$ followed by an odd number of $0$s. (For any $i\ge 1$, there is a positive integer $n_i$ such that $G_{i} = 3^{3^{n_i}}$, so the number of digits in the base-$3$ numeral for $G_i$ is $1+3^{n_i}$, which is necessarily even.)
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