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Who wants to trade excel state P3/P4 data?

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I have FULL histories in excel for the PA pick3/pick4 evening and daytime numbers

Date/Draw as a combo/first digit/2nd digit/3rd digit/ (for p4) 4th digit

looking to trade for ANY other state's FULL history in excel or open office (or text file) format. Let's get a "developer's exchenge" going for these numbers in excel format...

FULL history only.

drop a line to hypersoniq@comcast.net

or PM here.

maybe once I have the "full set" I can post them at my website (if it's still even there) so that developers can have access to histories better than what most state websites let you have

for example, Arizona only shows last 180 days and south carolina makes you search by month and year (going back to march 2002 would take forever AND it's not in an eays cut/paste format)

thanks in advance for anyone willing to participate.

P.S. I'll trade any new lists I get,but for now I only have PA.

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Comments

1.
Comment by gopher07 - September 23, 2007, 3:55 pm
I HAVE EVERY PICK 3 NUMBER FOR OHIO DATING BACK TO 1979
2.
LANTERNComment by LANTERN - September 23, 2007, 6:38 pm
Winsum problably has all of that already and on Excel.
Otherwise I will help a little at a time as I make time for that.
3.
LANTERNComment by LANTERN - September 23, 2007, 8:06 pm
Just in case that I can get them give me a list of the 7 histories that you need the most.
4.
hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - September 23, 2007, 9:34 pm
Mass., arizona, south carolina, texas, cali., florida, mich.
really doesn't matter the order, going to collect all of 'em eventually
5.
Comment by budward - September 23, 2007, 9:44 pm
Check your mail. I sent IL
Bud
6.
hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - September 25, 2007, 7:11 pm
thanks!
7.
hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - September 29, 2007, 1:40 pm
by next weekend i will make these available on the web.
too many places want to "sell" histories, I think they should be free... and so they will... in excel format but tested in openoffice.
8.
hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - December 9, 2007, 10:36 pm
too many states only give 180 days :-(

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