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Posted: March 26, 2006, 1:42 pm - IP Logged

paurths,

A lot of Visual BASIC programmers agree that switching to Liberty BASIC is very easy because the two languages are similar. In fact, they can modify their VB programs to run from the LB compiler.

Califdude,

I can't tell if this program even comes close to getting hits, because I just started backtesting it in the Texas Pick 3 day results. So far, what I'm finding out is that each number has more than one primer or x value and every x value produces 24 possible numbers to play. It doesn't appear to be a realistic approach at this point.

The first draw I checked it on turned up 7 different x values, the second number turned up 13 x values. That's just way to many numbers ( 7 x 24) and (13 x 24).

I may have to rethink this again and modify the program to narrow this down. And the question arises, "Was Donahue's success just a fluke?"

hi sfilippo,

i've never seen this language, so i "went" by what you posted.
Is environment free to use? If so, do you have a downloadlink or something, and if not, do you still have a link to this place where programmers agree on this, so i can read up on this?
Always interested in learning, you know.

G's
Ricky

Here's the link, paurths...

http://world.std.com/~carlg/faq.html

 

Like I said before, it's very close to the QBASIC language.Hiding Behind ComputerGreen laugh

Smiley Steve

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    Posted: March 26, 2006, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

    pacattack said... 

    "I think in order to simplfy things, I suggest reprogramming it so it only looks at what donahue uses, which is X/3.14+666

    It would definitely narrow down the numbers."

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    I thought he was generating 24 numbers from the x? That would be 6 permutations multiplied by four equations, right?

    But, if I change the program and do one equation per the 6 permutations, that would give us 6 numbers to play for each x .

    I like that idea a lot.

    Smiley Steve

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      Posted: March 26, 2006, 2:11 pm - IP Logged

      paurths,

      A lot of Visual BASIC programmers agree that switching to Liberty BASIC is very easy because the two languages are similar. In fact, they can modify their VB programs to run from the LB compiler.

      Califdude,

      I can't tell if this program even comes close to getting hits, because I just started backtesting it in the Texas Pick 3 day results. So far, what I'm finding out is that each number has more than one primer or x value and every x value produces 24 possible numbers to play. It doesn't appear to be a realistic approach at this point.

      The first draw I checked it on turned up 7 different x values, the second number turned up 13 x values. That's just way to many numbers ( 7 x 24) and (13 x 24).

      I may have to rethink this again and modify the program to narrow this down. And the question arises, "Was Donahue's success just a fluke?"

      hi sfilippo,

      i've never seen this language, so i "went" by what you posted.
      Is environment free to use? If so, do you have a downloadlink or something, and if not, do you still have a link to this place where programmers agree on this, so i can read up on this?
      Always interested in learning, you know.

      G's
      Ricky

      Here's the link, paurths...

      http://world.std.com/~carlg/faq.html

       

      Like I said before, it's very close to the QBASIC language.Hiding Behind ComputerGreen laugh

      thanx,

      i've read it,
      i think i'll just stick with VB and use some COM and ActiveX etc.

      G's
      Ricky

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        Posted: March 26, 2006, 2:17 pm - IP Logged

        Here's Easy Devil Lite...

         

        I took out 3 of the 4 equations so the results are now 6 numbers instead of 24. I think it's much easier to deal with now.

        Thanks to pacattack for suggesting it.

        Easy Devil Lite Setup with Installer and Uninstaller (1.97Mb)

        Smiley Steve


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          Posted: March 26, 2006, 3:00 pm - IP Logged

          Here's Easy Devil Lite...

           

          I took out 3 of the 4 equations so the results are now 6 numbers instead of 24. I think it's much easier to deal with now.

          Thanks to pacattack for suggesting it.

          Easy Devil Lite Setup with Installer and Uninstaller (1.97Mb)

          I like it alot. Thanx for your efforts.

          The equation on his site is the x/3.14+666, so I think that's the one to research.

          Cool.

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            Posted: March 26, 2006, 3:04 pm - IP Logged

            pac - no minus 111?

            love to nibble those micey feet.

             

                                         


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              pac - no minus 111?

              Those numbers are being thrown in by different people here. I won't mention any names, but Donahue dosen't use them. Along with those numbers being thrown in, they're also adding theories and the such. If you want, you can ask him to make one up with that in there, but I just want to focus on what Donahue is doing, and not dilute the figures with a bunch of extra numbers that don't belong there.

              plus 111

              minus 382

              grandmother's birthday

              size of my feet

              the length of of my finger nails.

              Minus my car payments.

              I want to keep it simple...LOL

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                Posted: March 26, 2006, 3:21 pm - IP Logged

                thanks pac - makes sense.  off to see the world - will try to open program later

                love to nibble those micey feet.

                 

                                             


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                  thanks pac - makes sense.  off to see the world - will try to open program later

                  Where are you going? Ran out of catnip? LOL

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                    thanks pac - makes sense.  off to see the world - will try to open program later

                    Where are you going? Ran out of catnip? LOL

                     

                    Green laugh

                    PAC-- I did miss this sense of humor of yours!!!

                    THANKS!


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                      Thanks for the download.  I have ran it and I like what I see (alot of potential here).  I think this will be very useful tool for NC lottery numbers games when they take off... 

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                        Posted: March 26, 2006, 8:32 pm - IP Logged

                        thanks pac - makes sense.  off to see the world - will try to open program later

                        Where are you going? Ran out of catnip? LOL

                         

                        Green laugh

                        PAC-- I did miss this sense of humor of yours!!!

                        THANKS!

                        pac - miss kitty is soooo glad you are back.

                                 

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                        love to nibble those micey feet.

                         

                                                     


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                          For a second there, I thought you were going on a cruise...LOL