|Posted: June 21, 2006, 10:55 am - IP Logged|
All of ZEN's programs read the first 9 digits and the last digit, so there is no point in typing in more than 10 digits.
If you type in 20 digits for instance, it will read the first 9 digits and the last one, or 20th digit in this case and will ignore all digits 10 thru 19.
FastCash was asking about ZEN's Doubles...
There are 3 possible digits in a double pick and the program will guarantee a win if the double digit is by itself within the first five digits typed in or visa versa...
01234 56789 (don't include a space between the two sets)
If the draw was 2267, the win is guaranteed, because the double 2 is alone in the first group of 5 digits
If the draw was 2667, there will not be a winner in the output because the double 6 is included in the set of 5 digits with the 7.
If the draw was 2377, the win is also guaranteed, because the double 7 is alone in the second group of 5 digits.