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Posted: September 27, 2011, 11:36 pm - IP Logged

Does anyone have a software that can create every other combination/permutation of a given number?

Example

I give the software 1234 and it will show me all 24 combinations for this number

I found something online at <snip> but it only does one combo at a time.  I'm looking for something that can do a group of different numbers.

If I didn't explain it correctly let me know....

I am thankful for any help or assistance

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    Posted: September 28, 2011, 3:35 am - IP Logged

    Does anyone have a software that can create every other combination/permutation of a given number?

    Example

    I give the software 1234 and it will show me all 24 combinations for this number

    I found something online at <snip> but it only does one combo at a time.  I'm looking for something that can do a group of different numbers.

    If I didn't explain it correctly let me know....

    I am thankful for any help or assistance

    This post has been automatically changed by the Lottery Post computer system to remove inappropriate content and/or spam.


    The Maybell Quik Wheeler will take digits 0-9 and make all the box or straight combinations.  If you click on 1,2,3,4 and exclude doubles quads and triples it will return . . .

    1: 1234
    2: 1243
    3: 1324
    4: 1342
    5: 1423
    6: 1432
    7: 2134
    8: 2143
    9: 2314
    10: 2341
    11: 2413
    12: 2431
    13: 3124
    14: 3142
    15: 3214
    16: 3241
    17: 3412
    18: 3421
    19: 4123
    20: 4132
    21: 4213
    22: 4231
    23: 4312
    24: 4321

    with or without the count before the number option.  You can't enter 1,2,3,4 and 2,3,4,5 at the same time, but you can enter 1,2,3,4,5 which is pretty much the same thing.

    The Maybell Quik Wheeler comes with the Lotto-Logix book and is also available free on the Lotto-Logix site on the software and wheeling resources pages.

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      Posted: September 28, 2011, 3:59 am - IP Logged

      Here is a macro but again only does one combo at a time. So not sure it will help you , but here it is and it does work for me.

       

      Dim CurrentRow

       

      Sub GetString()

         Dim InString As String

         InString = InputBox("Enter text to permute:")

         If Len(InString) < 2 Then Exit Sub

         If Len(InString) >= 8 Then

             MsgBox "Too many permutations!"

             Exit Sub

         Else

             ActiveSheet.Columns(1).Clear

             CurrentRow = 1

             Call GetPermutation("", InString)

         End If

      End Sub

       

      Sub GetPermutation(x As String, y As String)

      '   The source of this algorithm is unknown

         Dim i As Integer, j As Integer

         j = Len(y)

         If j < 2 Then

             Cells(CurrentRow, 1) = x & y

             CurrentRow = CurrentRow + 1

         Else

             For i = 1 To j

                 Call GetPermutation(x + Mid(y, i, 1), _

                 Left(y, i - 1) + Right(y, j - i))

             Next

         End If

      End Sub

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        Posted: September 28, 2011, 5:00 am - IP Logged

        Heres some Excel Formula you would need to alter as needed and finish the rest . Put combo's in column A then formula's across in columns not down in rows or at least thats the way I do it.  I just did a few so you could see

        I know your good with excel, so Im guessing this probably isnt what you want either

        you can copy down as many rows as you want

        but I tried lol

         

        =MID(A1,1,1) & MID(A1,2,1) & MID(A1,3,1) & MID(A1,4,1)             =MID(A1,1,1) & MID(A1,2,1) & MID(A1,4,1) & MID(A1,3,1)
        =MID(A1,1,1) & MID(A1,3,1) & MID(A1,2,1) & MID(A1,4,1)
        =MID(A1,1,1) & MID(A1,3,1) & MID(A1,4,1) & MID(A1,2,1)
        =MID(A1,1,1) & MID(A1,4,1) & MID(A1,2,1) & MID(A1,3,1)
        =MID(A1,1,1) & MID(A1,4,1) & MID(A1,3,1) & MID(A1,2,1)

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          Posted: September 28, 2011, 7:01 am - IP Logged

          Does anyone have a software that can create every other combination/permutation of a given number?

          Example

          I give the software 1234 and it will show me all 24 combinations for this number

          I found something online at <snip> but it only does one combo at a time.  I'm looking for something that can do a group of different numbers.

          If I didn't explain it correctly let me know....

          I am thankful for any help or assistance

          This post has been automatically changed by the Lottery Post computer system to remove inappropriate content and/or spam.

          Maybe these Charts will help:

          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/201999

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            Posted: September 28, 2011, 7:04 am - IP Logged

            Here is a macro but again only does one combo at a time. So not sure it will help you , but here it is and it does work for me.

             

            Dim CurrentRow

             

            Sub GetString()

               Dim InString As String

               InString = InputBox("Enter text to permute:")

               If Len(InString) < 2 Then Exit Sub

               If Len(InString) >= 8 Then

                   MsgBox "Too many permutations!"

                   Exit Sub

               Else

                   ActiveSheet.Columns(1).Clear

                   CurrentRow = 1

                   Call GetPermutation("", InString)

               End If

            End Sub

             

            Sub GetPermutation(x As String, y As String)

            '   The source of this algorithm is unknown

               Dim i As Integer, j As Integer

               j = Len(y)

               If j < 2 Then

                   Cells(CurrentRow, 1) = x & y

                   CurrentRow = CurrentRow + 1

               Else

                   For i = 1 To j

                       Call GetPermutation(x + Mid(y, i, 1), _

                       Left(y, i - 1) + Right(y, j - i))

                   Next

               End If

            End Sub

            Check this one out:

            http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthread.php?p=148992

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              Posted: September 28, 2011, 9:41 am - IP Logged

              Thanks to everyone for responding!!!

              I believe the last one Raven62 posted from ozgrid should do the job...I can't try it until later though. 

              I will keep you guys posted.

               

              Thanks again to everyone for posting because if none of this works, I got an idea on how to do it based on everyone's responce.

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                Posted: September 28, 2011, 12:05 pm - IP Logged

                Wow Thanks Raven

                 

                I see this one is also by Myrna Lawson but seems longer

                Gonna check this one out

                CG