Every time you pick up a Martin Gardner book, there is still always a wonderful puzzle that one has not seen. This one is an original Martin Gardner puzzle, i.e. this is his own creation, published in the book The Colossal Book of Short Puzzles and Problems.
Please look at the figure above. This is a desk calendar made out of two cubes that Martin Gardner saw at the Grand Central station in New York in a shop. Each day from 01-31 can be indicated by the two cubes so that their front faces give the required date. Each face can have a unique digit from 0 through 9. What are the four digits that cannot be seen on the left cube and the three that cannot be seen on the right cube?
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