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# GS FL330 - Page 2

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San Angelo, Texas
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GS FL330 - Page 2

Introduction:

This post provides, using a Row/Column technique, the skeleton of the Distribution
and Count chart used in logging data for the FL330 Substitute Lottery System.

The main purpose of the chart is the conversion of lottery numbers to Gap numbers.

It also provides for a running inventory of lottery and gap numbers, as well
as a means to track doubles.

The chart skeleton is formed as follows: (Graph paper with at least 40 rows and 30 columns)

Key: R = row, C = column, CAN - as many columuns as needed, RAN - as many rows as needed
Data in parens is for information only

R2/CAN - Enter 'GS FL330'; 'DISTRIBUTION & COUNT CHART';  'Begin Date: Nov. 1, 2011'

R4/C3 - Enter '#'(Lottery number)
R4/C4 - Enter 'G'(Gap number)
R4/C6 - Enter '#'
R4/C7 - Enter 'G'

R5-14/C3 - Enter digits 0 thru 9

R4/C19 - Enter LT (Long Term)
R4/C21 - Enter LR (Last Round)

R4/C23 - Enter '#'

R5-R14/C23 - Enter digits 0 thru 9
R5/C26 - Enter CR (Current Round)

R18/C19 - Enter LT
R18/C21 - Enter LR
R18/C23 - Enter 'G'
R19-R28/C23 - Enter Gap numbers 1 to 0 (10)

R30/C19 - Enter LT
R30/C21 - Enter CR
R30/C23 - Enter DBL (Doubles)

R31-40/C23 - Enter digits 0 to 9

Note: A Round encompasses all of the data logged on the page. There is room to
process as many as 45 3-digit lottery combinations.

I usually make an error or two when typing complex data. But, if you (generic) have been
tracking lottery numbers, you shouldn't have any problems establishing the form outline.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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GS FL330 - Page 2

Introduction:

This post provides, using a Row/Column technique, the skeleton of the Distribution
and Count chart used in logging data for the FL330 Substitute Lottery System.

The main purpose of the chart is the conversion of lottery numbers to Gap numbers.

It also provides for a running inventory of lottery and gap numbers, as well
as a means to track doubles.

The chart skeleton is formed as follows: (Graph paper with at least 40 rows and 30 columns)

Key: R = row, C = column, CAN - as many columuns as needed, RAN - as many rows as needed
Data in parens is for information only

R2/CAN - Enter 'GS FL330'; 'DISTRIBUTION & COUNT CHART';  'Begin Date: Nov. 1, 2011'

R4/C3 - Enter '#'(Lottery number)
R4/C4 - Enter 'G'(Gap number)
R4/C6 - Enter '#'
R4/C7 - Enter 'G'

R5-14/C3 - Enter digits 0 thru 9

R4/C19 - Enter LT (Long Term)
R4/C21 - Enter LR (Last Round)

R4/C23 - Enter '#'

R5-R14/C23 - Enter digits 0 thru 9
R5/C26 - Enter CR (Current Round)

R18/C19 - Enter LT
R18/C21 - Enter LR
R18/C23 - Enter 'G'
R19-R28/C23 - Enter Gap numbers 1 to 0 (10)

R30/C19 - Enter LT
R30/C21 - Enter CR
R30/C23 - Enter DBL (Doubles)

R31-40/C23 - Enter digits 0 to 9

Note: A Round encompasses all of the data logged on the page. There is room to
process as many as 45 3-digit lottery combinations.

I usually make an error or two when typing complex data. But, if you (generic) have been
tracking lottery numbers, you shouldn't have any problems establishing the form outline.

QC the sheet. Hope this doesn't get beyond my Excel ability!!

San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: November 17, 2011, 10:02 am - IP Logged

Nice work!

However, I suggest that you use paper and pen for when we start generating Gap numbers and other data.

It's not hard but it is involved.

You might get bogged down trying to do the processing via computer.

You can always come back and enter all the information, rather than doing it in pieces.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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 Posted: November 17, 2011, 10:25 am - IP Logged

Going to use the Excel worksheets as graph paper.

San Angelo, Texas
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OK!

One minor correction.

The CR at R5/C26 should be on Row 4.

I have busy day.

Will begin processing lottery numbers later.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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QC the sheet. Hope this doesn't get beyond my Excel ability!!

R19-R28/C23 - Enter Gap numbers 1 to 0 (10)

you have it from 0-9

I'm not sure it if matters but just pointing it out....just in case it does

"It's evolve or die, really, you have to evolve, you have to move on otherwise it just becomes stagnant."

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 Posted: November 17, 2011, 2:21 pm - IP Logged

Thanks

The data you point is for inventory purposes. The order listed is OK.

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