# Generalization of a theorem of Carlitz

```@article{Ahmadi2011GeneralizationOA,
title={Generalization of a theorem of Carlitz},
journal={Finite Fields Their Appl.},
year={2011},
volume={17},
pages={473-480}
}```
• Published 30 March 2010
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