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Posted: March 22, 2005, 12:19 am - IP Logged

 I like to use Pick 3 wheels but wheel world isn't free any more. Is there another site for free pick 3 wheels?  I don't use them every day but sometimes they really work. There use to be another FREE site before but lost the address.     Thanks for any directions

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    You are right, I just went there to check what you said.

    Why don't you ask Todd to make and put some of those wheels here on this site for gold and platinum members ?

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        It would be a valuable service to have here. Really, just an add on to whats already here.   Most Pick 3 players would prefer the convenience of staying on site.  

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         Here's a question for ya. How often do you think you could win if you played nothing but 7 digit Wheels ?

          Cover 7 of the 10 digits .... a lot right? UH huh ..

         

         

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          Quote: Originally posted by Dr Pepper on March 22, 2005


            It would be a valuable service to have here. Really, just an add on to whats already here.   Most Pick 3 players would prefer the convenience of staying on site.  



          I can do it easily with a spreadsheet.  Tell me what digits you want to play and I will try one for you.


           

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            Quote: Originally posted by Dr Pepper on March 22, 2005


              It would be a valuable service to have here. Really, just an add on to whats already here.   Most Pick 3 players would prefer the convenience of staying on site.  




            here's a good 5 number wheel

            abc                acd

             cde                      bcd

            ade                bde

            bce                  eab

            bda

            cea

             

                                    have a 6 number wheel, too - if you want

            love to nibble those micey feet.

             

                                         

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              Posted: March 22, 2005, 12:43 pm - IP Logged

              CalifDude

              Besides being very good with MS Exel, can you also program with VB and or some other language or programs ? What about Java(script) or old fashioned GW or Quick Basic ?

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                Posted: March 22, 2005, 12:55 pm - IP Logged

                I will be adding Pick 3 and Pick4 wheels here -- promise!

                 

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                  Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on March 22, 2005



                  CalifDude

                  Besides being very good with MS Exel, can you also program with VB and or some other language or programs ? What about Java(script) or old fashioned GW or Quick Basic ?





                  I don't do any of the "new" ones.  I used to program in BASIC back in 1960s and 70s.  I also programed in dBase I, II, and III.  Programmed in FoxBase and then FoxPro.  Now I just do Excel and I really don't do any programming with it, just basically fill in the blanks.  I use it to save me time, so I do put formulas in the cells so it will do most of the work for me.  The spreadsheet that I use for "My Method" will give me all the numbers possible and then I prune it down using any filters that I decide to use.


                   

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                    CD

                    One of the things that I have been needing and would like to have is a way or basic program that will make pairs (2 digits of course) of any number of single digits form 0 to 9, all 10 digits will of course make all the 100 pairs, but I would like to pick a few or some of the digits, sometimes 5 of them, but anything from 4 to 9 digits out of the 10 and have the pairs made.

                    The old "Basic" basic is fine, I have some old downloaded old basic (with line numbers and all) interpreted programs that maybe could run your "old basic" programs, one more thing that I need only, I would like to pick from 6 to 9 digits out of the 10 possible ones and out of those have a random number generator chose or pick a given number that I would set, for example:

                    I will chose 0 3 5 6 7 8 9 and out of these I might want the RND to of course randomly pick 5 digits out of them.

                    OLd basic dialect programs would be just fine please.

                    Thank you very much for any help if you can, if not, it's fine also.

                     

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                      I don't have BASIC on my computer any more!  If you want to pick 5 random digits there are a LOT of ways to do that.  The best is use a deck of playing cards with the Face Cards removed.  Shuffle at least 3 GOOD times and deal out your numbers.  If you duplicate, put that card aside.  Really easy and don't need a computer program.

                      Sorry, but I'm not going to write programs for you!!

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                        No problem and the cards might do it.

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                          Posted: March 22, 2005, 3:54 pm - IP Logged
                          Quote: Originally posted by CalifDude on March 22, 2005



                          Quote: Originally posted by LANTERN on March 22, 2005



                          CalifDude

                          Besides being very good with MS Exel, can you also program with VB and or some other language or programs ? What about Java(script) or old fashioned GW or Quick Basic ?





                          I don't do any of the "new" ones.  I used to program in BASIC back in 1960s and 70s.  I also programed in dBase I, II, and III.  Programmed in FoxBase and then FoxPro.  Now I just do Excel and I really don't do any programming with it, just basically fill in the blanks.  I use it to save me time, so I do put formulas in the cells so it will do most of the work for me.  The spreadsheet that I use for "My Method" will give me all the numbers possible and then I prune it down using any filters that I decide to use.






                          Allright!  A dBASE programmer!  dBASE was at its best in the dBASE II phase, and started getting bloated with dBASE III.  Did you ever do any Clipper programing?  Clipper was by far my favorite language (which was basically dBASE compiled).

                           

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                            Todd, no I didn't do any clipper programming.  When I used FoxPro, I actually did the programming myself because I didn't like the way the "Pro" side of the program did it! 


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                              Posted: March 27, 2005, 8:56 pm - IP Logged

                               Found a FREE site for Pick 3 wheels until we can get another. They don't have a seven digit wheel which I need but at least they have up to six.

                                http://webpages.charter.net/mrlottery/eladwheelmenu.htm