Trivially, if *N* = 1, 10, 100, ..., then in each case the initial
digits of *N*^{ 3} are the digits of *N*. A nontrivial
example is *N* = 32, since 32^{3} = 32768. Find
another
positive integer *N* with this property.

**Source: K.R.S. Sastry in Crux Mathematicorum**