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Mr Z Pick 3 / Pick 4 Program

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Posted: March 9, 2012, 9:16 pm - IP Logged

If anyone has a copy of MR Z's Pick 3 / Pick 4 program and would like to know how to update the draw history or create a new Pick 3 / Pick 4 game post your request here.

Using Excel for the data history and a EditPlus3 program to create the file, name the file, and save the file.

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    Posted: March 9, 2012, 10:21 pm - IP Logged

    If anyone has a copy of MR Z's Pick 3 / Pick 4 program and would like to know how to update the draw history or create a new Pick 3 / Pick 4 game post your request here.

    Using Excel for the data history and a EditPlus3 program to create the file, name the file, and save the file.

    Is it already on excel?  I used to see Mr Z's postings back in the 90's in the Lottoworld Magazine.  I'd like a copy.

     

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      lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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      Posted: March 9, 2012, 10:28 pm - IP Logged

      If anyone has a copy of MR Z's Pick 3 / Pick 4 program and would like to know how to update the draw history or create a new Pick 3 / Pick 4 game post your request here.

      Using Excel for the data history and a EditPlus3 program to create the file, name the file, and save the file.

      What's MR Z's Pick 3/ Pick 4 program? Where I can find it? Could you give me a link about that?  Thanks.

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        What's MR Z's Pick 3/ Pick 4 program? Where I can find it? Could you give me a link about that?  Thanks.

        I own a copy of Mr Z's program.  Purchased it a number of years ago.  I received it the mail between 2001 to 2005.  Think it cost 25 to 30 bucks plus you received, depending on what state you were playing, your Pick 3 and Pick 4 game files.  For example, at the time I lived in PA so I was sent 2 files "DNPA3" (Pick 3) and "DNPA4" (Pick 4). 

        I created an Excel file that will save me (or anyone that has a registered owner) of MR Z's "Weekly Forecaster" to create the "DNXX3" or "DNXX4" files. 

        To create the "DNXX3" or "DNXX4" files you also need a FREE program called "Programmers's Notepad".  http://www.pnotepad.org/download/ 

        You need to copy and paste the 20 weeks worth of draws into "progammer's Notepad" then save it to the folder where you have all of "MR Z's Weekly Forecaster" files.

        The other benefit that now you can easily update the drawings whereas back when you could not.

        "WARNING .... DO NOT ADD NUMBERS TO THE DATA FILES JUST TO TEST THE PROGRAM.
         ONCE YOU PUT A NUMBER IN THE FILE YOU CAN ONLY CORRECT THE NUMBER BUT YOU
         CAN'T REMOVE IT."

        Not anymore.  I can create any Midday Pick 3 or Pick 4 data file.  The combined 2 draw a day states are tricky since you can't use the SUN thru SAT.

        Since Mr. Lyons passed away back in 2007 I beleive you can not get this program anymore. 

        I'm not going to give the program away since it is probably still copyright protected.

        The reason I started this thread was mainly for folks here who might have this progam (sitting in a dusty filing cabinet) and need to update their states "DNXX3" or "DNXX4" files.

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          Posted: March 10, 2012, 1:29 pm - IP Logged

          would you believe I have it on a floppy disc. that is how old I am.lol


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            would you believe I have it on a floppy disc. that is how old I am.lol

            So did I. But I can't find it anymore. The original Mr. Z (Glenn)was from Ohio. I spoke with him many times and he  told me he was working on a program to hit pick 4 straight before his death.  then his family sold it to Bob on his passing. Bob said he could never find the program or research that he did. he also had a program where you entered the pick 3 numbers and it came out with the numbers for the lotto. Glenn said that was the secret foir hitting the lotto.  Watch the numbers that hit in the daily games.

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              Posted: March 12, 2012, 1:55 pm - IP Logged

              I guess I cannot run that 3.5 floppy in my pc today. there is no slot for it. lol

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                Posted: March 13, 2012, 7:31 am - IP Logged

                I guess I cannot run that 3.5 floppy in my pc today. there is no slot for it. lol

                Retxx

                Do you want to sell that disk?  I know it's on floppy.

                 

                Been trying to find the program.

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                  Posted: March 13, 2012, 7:41 am - IP Logged

                  I am interested in this program as well - for purchase. Over the years my copy has gotten lost.

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                    Posted: March 13, 2012, 11:11 am - IP Logged

                    not at the moment. my son wants to see it. will keep in mind.

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                      I guess I cannot run that 3.5 floppy in my pc today. there is no slot for it. lol

                      The XP computer that I bought in 2002 has a 3.5 disk, CD and DVD drives and USB ports so if you saved your last generation computer you should be able to transfer the data and program to an usable format for your latest computer.

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                        I guess I cannot run that 3.5 floppy in my pc today. there is no slot for it. lol

                        retxx

                        You can pick up a USB floppy drive for a few bucks on ebay or maybe find one at a local

                        repair shop.  I have several that I keep around for the old stuff.  I even have a couple

                        5-1/4 drives somewhere.  The dell D600 series floppy drives have a usb port that allows

                        a person to connect it using a usb cable and can be picked up really cheap. 

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                          I think that I'll dig in the crates for my very old copy of Mr Z's program. Hippy

                           

                          I remember that 941 was the first number I hit using that program. I really liked using the program it provided a lot of simple to use information.

                          I wonder if anyone purchased the rights to the program?

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                            I think that I'll dig in the crates for my very old copy of Mr Z's program. Hippy

                             

                            I remember that 941 was the first number I hit using that program. I really liked using the program it provided a lot of simple to use information.

                            I wonder if anyone purchased the rights to the program?

                            Hi, LottoChina:

                            Great job!!! I'm looking forward to learn Mr Z's program now.

                            Best regards,

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                              Posted: March 13, 2012, 10:48 pm - IP Logged

                              If anyone has a copy of MR Z's Pick 3 / Pick 4 program and would like to know how to update the draw history or create a new Pick 3 / Pick 4 game post your request here.

                              Using Excel for the data history and a EditPlus3 program to create the file, name the file, and save the file.

                              I never heard of a program for Mr. Z's but if it's the same person, when I first moved to georgia I started receiving an email once a week from a Mr. Z's out of Naples, Fla. i guess up until he sold the business.  It was called "Mr. Z's Georgia Picks".  Don't remember how much it cost but it was sent to my email once a week I think on Sundays.  But i'm interested in the program if I can find it.  Thanks

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