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# LotSoft Wheel Engine

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Anywhere & Everywhere
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Can anyone explain the function of the Consecutives filters in the Wheeling engine of LotSoft?

If Doesn’t Matter is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

If Must have is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

If Must have 2 is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

If Exclude is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

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Can anyone explain the function of the Consecutives filters in the Wheeling engine of LotSoft?

If Doesn’t Matter is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

If Must have is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

If Must have 2 is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

If Exclude is selected? (and give an example if 0 and 9 consecutive is checked or unchecked)

Hi,

here's an example;

In "Digituse", select all the digits in "Any position" (to do so, right click the blue list and then click the option "select all" in the popupmenu.
1) Then click the button "Create numbers".
220 boxed combo's are created.

2) Now, select the option "Must have", and click the button "Create numbers" again, now only 90 combo's are created. Every created combo has at least 2 (so it can have 3 consecutive digits also!!!) consecutive digits (0 & 1, 1 & 2, 2 & 3, ..., 8 & 9)

3) Now, select the option "Must have 2" and click the button "Create numbers" again. Now only 80 combo's are created. Every created combo has exactly 2 consecutive digits. (Numbers with 3 consecutive digits are excluded)

4) Now, select the option "Exclude" and click the button "Create numbers" again. Now 130 combo's are created. Every combo that has at least 2 consecutive digits are excluded.

Consider 0 and 9 consecutive digits: just like 1 & 2 are consecutive digits, so the 0 and 9 can be considered being consecutive digits. (this comes from Califdude)
The idea is the 10 digits 0123456789 and then they kinda "roll over", which means that after the 9 the 0 starts again --> 01234567890123456789012.... etcetera
The result is the following:
1) 220 combo's
2) 82 combo's
3) 74 combo's
4) 138 combo's

If you have this checkbox checked, the 049 is considered a combo with consecutive digits.

If you uncheck this checkbox, the 049 is considered a combo without consecutive digits.

Does this makes things a little clearer?

cheers
Ricky

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 Posted: December 9, 2007, 6:44 pm - IP Logged

Thanks Ricky

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 Posted: December 14, 2007, 3:31 am - IP Logged

Thanks Ricky

what is the difference between

 Dbl from prev. nbr Dbl from prev. 6-way Dbl from prev. dbl

in the Miscellaneous

and the consecutive digits stat

thanks

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Hi,

Dbl from prev. nbr: assume "Nbr" = 031, when the next draw is a double with at least one of the digits from the "nbr", then this is "hit". (note: "nbr" can be a 6-way, a double or a triple)

Dbl from prev. 6-way: if the draw after a 6-way is a double and it has at least one of the digits from the 6-way, then it is a "hit"

Dbl from prev. dbl: if a double falls, and the next draw is also a double and has at least one of the digits from the previous double then this is a "hit".

Consecutive digits:
3 consecutive digits: 012, 123, 234, 345, 456, 567, 678, 789, 890, 901 (any format, so this is box)
3 consecutive digits all even: 024, 246, 468, 680, 802 (any format, so this is box)
3 consecutive digits all odd: 135, 357, 579, 791, 913 (any format, so this is box)
To have the numbers created, click with the right mousebutton on the row, and a popupmenu will appear, where you can choose to have LotSoftPro create the numbers for you.

cheers
Ricky

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