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RL's Digit Master Pro - Pick 3 Software

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Thanks winsum I just figured that out myself also.  For other people 2 to the 10th  is 1024 so it would take 10 bits to represent the numbers from 000 - 999.  Binary is base 2 versus our numbering system of base 10.  It would take 14 bits to represent pick 4 numbers from 0000 thru 9999.  Interesting I would have never thought to represent numbers in binary.  Not sure I see the association for pattern matching but I will go with it for now.  1024 is fairly close to 1000 numbers for pick3 so the representation is close.  For Pick4 the representation of 16384 (14 bits) is quite a bit larger than 10000 so I would think the gaps would be problematic.

Jimmy

Thank You Jim for the explanation

I downloaded the program but havent really worked with it yet, because I didnt understand what I saw. I see there is also a video

so Im going to take a look at that also.

Thanks again, learned something new today

Carlig

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    Jimmy,

    They represent the binary equivalent to the pick 3 numbers dawn.

    I figured that but the filters have me guessing.  Are the filters adding or subtracing the bits?  Since its binary then it can be converted to Hexadecimal or Octal.  Interesting!

     

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      I figure it would be best to start a new thread for RL's Pick 3 program.

      The link at the bottom contains a zip file that includes 3 files.

      1. Video explanation on how to use the "Build" program

      2. Build Program

      3. Pick 3 Program

      I also uploaded the video toYoutube if you wish to view it. (see link at the bottom)

       

      Hi guys

      Please read before running the program, If you downloaded and installed the first version then run

      the uninstall program for that version before you install this one.

       

      Below is the link for the P-3 game and database builder.  The zip file contains the install/setup program

      and a video to walk you through building the needed databases.  The video will give you step by step

      directions so watch it before you run the setup program.   In this version I added the option to switch 

      between the midday and evening drawings and a clear button which will reset all the settings.  It works

      very much like the big game software but the interface is a bit dated.  I have the P-4 version finished but

      need to test it a little more before I post it which will be sometime after or near the end of my vacation. 

      Play on paper at first until you get the hang of it, I am not a pick-3/4 game player but I really think this

      program has some potential,  It's best to start with the filters and then move to the digit settings only

      if needed and then make a run after each adjustment, never use more than you have to.  You could try

      to set the filters values to single values for the low/hi settings which will many times return only one set.

      repeat the process changing only a couple values until you reach your playing budget. 

       

      Note! be sure and build both databases before you run the program as it needs both to function

       

      Hope you win big soon,

      RL

      https://www.box.com/s/d89747152e92fb764679

       

      Youtube Video Link - Pick 3 Build

      https://youtu.be/PnEJaMlWL4o

      When I click on run to download the program, the dialogue box opens and stays at 0% downloaded.  Then I get the error meessage shown below.

      How do I resolve this?   Thanks...

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      Windows Internet Explorer
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      Internet Explorer cannot download ...04502c11f7b4de92dea13cb8bcba/ from dl.boxcloud.com.

       

      Internet Explorer was not able to open this Internet site.  The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found.  Please try again later.
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      OK 
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      "May The Numbers Be With Us All $$$$"....js1237....Sun Smiley

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        When I click on run to download the program, the dialogue box opens and stays at 0% downloaded.  Then I get the error meessage shown below.

        How do I resolve this?   Thanks...

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        Windows Internet Explorer
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        Internet Explorer cannot download ...04502c11f7b4de92dea13cb8bcba/ from dl.boxcloud.com.

         

        Internet Explorer was not able to open this Internet site.  The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found.  Please try again later.
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        OK 
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        OK Finally downloaded, now getting another error message

         

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        Unhandled Error #62
        ---------------------------
        Line:1135
        Input past end of file
        Continue?
        ---------------------------
        Yes   No 
        ---------------------------

         

        When I click on run to download the program, the dialogue box opens and stays at 0% downloaded.  Then I get the error meessage shown below.

         

        How do I resolve this?   Thanks...

         

        ---------------------------
        Windows Internet Explorer
        ---------------------------
        Internet Explorer cannot download ...04502c11f7b4de92dea13cb8bcba/ from dl.boxcloud.com.

         

         

         

        Internet Explorer was not able to open this Internet site.  The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found.  Please try again later.
        ---------------------------
        OK 

        "May The Numbers Be With Us All $$$$"....js1237....Sun Smiley

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          Thank You Jim for the explanation

          I downloaded the program but havent really worked with it yet, because I didnt understand what I saw. I see there is also a video

          so Im going to take a look at that also.

          Thanks again, learned something new today

          Carlig

          Its late but I typed this up.  Maybe it will help clear up what the bits mean.

          8  4  2   1        >>>>>place values  A one is a high bit and signifies the value in base 10 in the place.  Add the highs and it gives the value.

          1  0  1   0 =10

          1  0   0  1=  9

          1  0   0  0  =8

          0  1  1  1  =7

          0  1  1  0  =6

          0  1   0  1= 5

          0  1   0  0 = 4

          0   0  1  1 = 3

          0   0  1  0 = 2

          0  0   0  1 = 1

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            Its late but I typed this up.  Maybe it will help clear up what the bits mean.

            8  4  2   1        >>>>>place values  A one is a high bit and signifies the value in base 10 in the place.  Add the highs and it gives the value.

            1  0  1   0 =10

            1  0   0  1=  9

            1  0   0  0  =8

            0  1  1  1  =7

            0  1  1  0  =6

            0  1   0  1= 5

            0  1   0  0 = 4

            0   0  1  1 = 3

            0   0  1  0 = 2

            0  0   0  1 = 1

            Okay, lets see if I learned anything

            would this be  8421    101001110000    ???

             

            CG

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              8421 would be

              10000011100101
                                        1
                                    4
                              32
                            64
                         128
              8192

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                OK Finally downloaded, now getting another error message

                 

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                Unhandled Error #62
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                Line:1135
                Input past end of file
                Continue?
                ---------------------------
                Yes   No 
                ---------------------------

                 

                When I click on run to download the program, the dialogue box opens and stays at 0% downloaded.  Then I get the error meessage shown below.

                 

                How do I resolve this?   Thanks...

                 

                ---------------------------
                Windows Internet Explorer
                ---------------------------
                Internet Explorer cannot download ...04502c11f7b4de92dea13cb8bcba/ from dl.boxcloud.com.

                 

                 

                 

                Internet Explorer was not able to open this Internet site.  The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found.  Please try again later.
                ---------------------------
                OK 

                I believe before you run the program you have to build your database first.  You need to watch the videos first where this is explained.

                Jimmy

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                  xaab

                  Just build one for the midday and one for the evening using the same numbers then just run off the evening

                  draw. You don't have to keep both updated. 

                   

                  As far as the hanging problem I am not sure what could cause it.  I suggest that you make sure that the path

                  you saved the file to is correct.  Check to make sure that the p3.txt file is in the C:\DMP-P3  folder before you

                  run the build program. 

                   

                  The P3.txt file is deleted durning the run process so you need to check it before you run build.  The program will

                  create a new file named either P3-M.TXT or P3-E.TXT depending on which drawing is selected.  Another problem

                  might be if you are using years of draw history.  The first step in the build process reverses the order of the sets

                  and puts the most current drawing on the first line.   For large files this could take quite a while to do.  If this is

                  the case then just wait until it is finished, there is no limit on the number of past draws but I personally would not

                  use more than a couple years of history.

                   

                  I sent Steve a copy of the instructions video and he should upload it to youtube sometime today or tomorrow which

                  will walk you through a setup and show how to use the program.

                   

                  RL

                  Thanks RL.  It was too much data that it froze like that.

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                    8421 would be

                    10000011100101
                                              1
                                          4
                                    32
                                  64
                               128
                    8192

                    Jimmy

                    I had it backwards  mmm

                    back to the drawing board

                    Thanks Jim

                     

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                      I'm as new to this as everyone else, and may be wrong.  as I understand it the value of the binary number is relatively uninportant.  the program calculates it for the display and provides decimal outputs.  the idea is to find 1 or more patterns, 1's betwen 0  or 0's between 1  etc.  with only 1's and 0's to look at  the bias of favorite numbers goes away.  with that in mind, not knowing exactly what the 1 and 0's represent would be a good thing, just try to find a pattern that seems to fit.

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                        Can I use this software for the Belgian Pick 3 too?

                        Belgian Pick 3 = 1 draw per day (evening), except on Sundays.

                        Import via .txt should work. I didn't see if headers are alowed.
                        Good question!

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                          Okay, lets see if I learned anything

                          would this be  8421    101001110000    ???

                           

                          CG

                          842110 = 100000111001012

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/245820/2540582 for pick 3.
                          An even number will end by 0.

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                            My picks for Fl Mid6-25-12, a lot of numbers, but I'm only playing the 6-way combos that sum 13, root 4.

                            841 805 724 429

                            hope I didn't miss any.

                            1111010010  978
                            1111010000  976
                            1110110100  948
                            1110110001  945
                            1110100101  933
                            1110010110  918
                            1110010100  916
                            1110001101  909
                            1110000101  901
                            1101110010  882
                            1101101001  873
                            1101100100  868
                            1101100001  865
                            1101011010  858
                            1101011000  856
                            1101010010  850
                            1101001110  846
                            1101001100  844
                            1101001011  843
                            1101001001  841
                            1101000110  838
                            1101000011  835
                            1100110100  820
                            1100101101  813
                            1100100101  805
                            1100010110  790
                            1100001101  781
                            1011110100  756
                            1011110001  753
                            1011100101  741
                            1011011100  732
                            1011011001  729
                            1011010110  726
                            1011010100  724
                            1011010011  723
                            1011010001  721
                            1011001101  717
                            1011000111  711
                            1011000101  709
                            1010110101  693
                            1010011101  669
                            1010010111  663
                            1010010101  661
                            1001110110  630
                            1001110100  628
                            1001101101  621
                            1001100101  613
                            1001011110  606
                            1001011100  604
                            1001011011  603
                            1001011001  601
                            1001010110  598
                            1001010011  595
                            1001001101  589
                            1000111101  573
                            1000110111  567
                            1000110101  565
                            1000011101  541
                            1000010111  535
                            0111101001  489
                            0111100100  484
                            0111100001  481
                            0111001011  459
                            0111001001  457
                            0110101101  429
                            0110100111  423
                            0110100101  421
                            0110001101  397
                            0101101110  366
                            0101101100  364
                            0101101011  363
                            0101101001  361
                            0101100110  358
                            0101100011  355
                            0101001110  334
                            0101001011  331
                            0100101111  303
                            0100101101  301
                            0100100111  295
                            0100001111  271
                            0011101101  237
                            0011100101  229
                            0011001101  205
                            0001101101  109

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                              From some of the previous posts it seems we are making the program harder to use than it should be.

                              1.  We have our text files (midday or evening) with our past history of pick 3 draws

                              2.  Select either Midday or Evening

                              3.  Select Min/Max settings for "0 x 1" through "0 x 5", "1 x 1" through "1 x 5", "T-POS" (Total Position), "T-ODD" (Total Odd), "T-EVE" (Total Even), "T-1/1" (Total 1 Over 1), "T-0/0" (Total 0 over 0).

                              Just use 1 of the above filters one at a time and click th FIND command until you get down to a playable amount of sets.

                                 
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