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RL's Digit Master Pro - Pick 3 Software

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Posted: June 25, 2012, 9:23 am - IP Logged

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.

Thanks winsumloosesum for simplifying this . I do have a tendancy to over analyze things

Also thank you to Carbob for his insight.

 

Carlig

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    Posted: June 25, 2012, 9:46 am - IP Logged

    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?
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    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...

     

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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.
    ---------------------------
    OK 

    Hi Guys

    Just checking in, 

     

    js1237

    You need to build the databases for your state first, It's really simple, just watch the video in the download

    or from the link that was provided by winsum.  Only takes about 3 minutes to build.

     

    LB

    Using the base 2 for pick 4 seems to be easier because of the gaps.  The ABCDEFGHIJ  are just bit labels and

    can be clicked on to show a small bias search from which you can try to make a determination rather to set the

    bit to (0) or (1). you can also let it run wild using the (x) option.  Setting only a couple bits and using the 0X? or

    1X? can really reduce the sets in a hurry.

    0 X 1 = 0

    0 X 2 = 0  0

    0 X 3 = 0  0  0

    0 X 4 = 0  0  0  0

    0 X 5 = 0  0  0  0  0

    1 x 1 = 1

    2 X 1 = 1  1

    3 X 1 = 1  1  1

    4 X 1 = 1  1  1  1

    5 X 1 = 1  1  1  1  1

    These are quick-bit sequence filters  and can fall anywhere within the binary string.  Play = hit: Block=not used

    and Wild = use or not use.   These are horzontal filters read left to right or right to left from a single string.. 

     

    The lower filters let you put a range on the number of  bits that are (0) or (1) without having to specify which.  It's

    uses the same logic as the big-game software.  You are really not  trying to match patterns but think of it more like

    adding ingredients to the mix and then the program bakes the cake.

     

    Having a good time, I will try and check in each morning and evening.

     

    RL

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    they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

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      Posted: June 25, 2012, 10:07 am - IP Logged

      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.

      I did not get to finish the post due to a thunderstorm moving through the area.

      When selecting the filters, use the "bias" history for the "min" / "max" settings.

      Above "A through J" you can also select either "X" for wild, "0" for zero, "1" for 1.  You don't need to select every postion.  Select 2 or 3. Then click the FIND command at the bottom menu.

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        Posted: June 25, 2012, 10:10 am - IP Logged

        For anyone who hasnt watched the video yet, you really should.

        It is well thought out and he makes it very easy to understand. It answered a lot of my questions

         

        Thanks

         

        CG

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          Posted: June 25, 2012, 10:12 am - IP Logged

          Here are the links to the new Youtube videos from RL:


          IMPORTANT: Watch the "build" video first before installing the Pick 3 program.  This explains how to create your pick 3 data history text file in order to use the Pick 3 Program

          https://youtu.be/PnEJaMlWL4o



          Pick 3 Program Instructions

          https://youtu.be/Mujp82t3fRs

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            Posted: June 25, 2012, 10:17 am - IP Logged

            jeankedmester

            You can use the program for any pick-3 game, the biggest problem will be the databases.  The build tool

            is designed to work with the files on the website I included in the build video but it is mostly limited to US

            lotteries.  If you have the means to build the two files then you are good to go.   

            format

            10 digit date + single space + 1st digit + single space + 2nd digit + single space + 3rd digit 

            Example format

            06/22/2012 2 1 8
            06/21/2012 3 3 9
            06/20/2012 6 0 2
            06/19/2012 6 5 3

            There are two database files named P3-M.txt for the midday draws and P3-E for the evening draws and the

            most current set should be on the top line.  You must have both files in the main folder before the program 

            will function.  If your game has only one draw per day then use the same numbers for both files.   

             

            I am working on a new version of P-3 and P-4 programs.  The ones I put up for download are based on a program

            I wrote almost 20 years ago and were first written in QB dos.   I did not think many would download this version so

            I did not do much in the way of support.  I hope to have the new versions finished in a month or so but I have been

            saying that for a year.  Not enough time, too many projects.

             

            RL

            Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

            I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

            they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

            USAF https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Base_Engineer_Emergency_Force

              US Flag Trump / 2016 & 2020  

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              Posted: June 25, 2012, 10:22 am - IP Logged
              Hello, winsu, good job along with rl, is just an idea to also do this
              Vertically using the last three results, example = you are making
              Analyze across 457. ... ...
              Let's see doing vertically
              789
              450
              169
              Vertical = 741
              Then we would have two programs horizontally and vertically in the last three sets
              Then we'll see the crossing in simulations to find patterns of jumps or pairs
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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

                Thats where hexadeciamal could work.

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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

                  The 8421 are the positional weights or values not the value 8421 base 10.  This is basic binary.  The program is more involved. 

                   

                                   

                                     8 4 2 1 

                  If you have 1 1 1 1     <<<<<<<< four bits, the high bits under the postions values right to left  lsb to msb.

                                                           1+2+4+8=15.                         

                   

                                     1 1 1 0    <<<<<=14 because there is a low bit in the one's positon.

                                     1 1 0 1   <<<<<<<13 (8+4+1)

                                     1 1 0 0    <<<<<<<12 because there is a high bit one underneath the 8 and the 4 position.

                                     1 0 1 1    <<<<<<< 11(8+2+1)

                  More bits more positional values  .

                   

                   1024 512 256 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1

                                                  1   0   1  1  0 0 0     

                  8810 = 10110002

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                    In attempt to add to my last post on the binary explanation. Now I'll show the number 999 if it ever hits anywhere.

                     

                    1024   512   256 128    64     32    16     8       4       2      1

                                1         1      1      1       1      0      0      1        1      1

                     

                     

                    1111100111 base 2 = 999 base 10.

                     

                    On my first explanation last night I tried to use a simple explanation using 4 bits and the positional weights 8421 that was interpreted as 8421 base 10.  But, now hopefully after more explanation everyone can understand basic binary and what the bits mean.

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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

                      6/25/12 Mid draw 693

                      It was in the batch and I filtered it out by using sum 13!! MY jaws got a little tight.

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                        jeankedmester

                        You can use the program for any pick-3 game, the biggest problem will be the databases.  The build tool

                        is designed to work with the files on the website I included in the build video but it is mostly limited to US

                        lotteries.  If you have the means to build the two files then you are good to go.   

                        format

                        10 digit date + single space + 1st digit + single space + 2nd digit + single space + 3rd digit 

                        Example format

                        06/22/2012 2 1 8
                        06/21/2012 3 3 9
                        06/20/2012 6 0 2
                        06/19/2012 6 5 3

                        There are two database files named P3-M.txt for the midday draws and P3-E for the evening draws and the

                        most current set should be on the top line.  You must have both files in the main folder before the program 

                        will function.  If your game has only one draw per day then use the same numbers for both files.   

                         

                        I am working on a new version of P-3 and P-4 programs.  The ones I put up for download are based on a program

                        I wrote almost 20 years ago and were first written in QB dos.   I did not think many would download this version so

                        I did not do much in the way of support.  I hope to have the new versions finished in a month or so but I have been

                        saying that for a year.  Not enough time, too many projects.

                         

                        RL

                        Thank you for your answer RL-RANDOMLOGIC.

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                          RL sent me the updated Pick 3 and Pick 4 program.

                          Here is the download link:

                          https://www.box.com/s/8ae9f55c8a2add4600a8

                          IMPORTANT:  Watch the "Build" video first before using either the Pick 3 or Pick 4 programs.

                           

                          Re-post of Youtube Videos links below.

                          Here are the links to the Youtube videos from RL:


                          IMPORTANT: Watch the "build" video first before installing the Pick 3 program.  This explains how to create your pick 3 data history text file in order to use the Pick 3 Program

                          https://youtu.be/PnEJaMlWL4o



                          Pick 3 Program Instructions

                          https://youtu.be/Mujp82t3fRs

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                            Are we going to have to uninstall the other one and rebuild a db?

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                              6/26/12 Eve

                              I'm only playing the 990 991

                               

                               

                               

                              0010011010  154
                              0010011011  155
                              0010011110  158
                              0010011111  159
                              0010111010  186
                              0010111011  187
                              0010111110  190
                              0010111111  191
                              0011011010  218
                              0011011011  219
                              0011011110  222
                              0011011111  223
                              0011111010  250
                              0011111011  251
                              0011111110  254
                              0011111111  255
                              0110011010  410
                              0110011011  411
                              0110011110  414
                              0110011111  415
                              0110111010  442
                              0110111011  443
                              0110111110  446
                              0110111111  447
                              0111011010  474
                              0111011011  475
                              0111011110  478
                              0111011111  479
                              0111111010  506
                              0111111011  507
                              0111111110  510
                              0111111111  511
                              1010011010  666
                              1010011011  667
                              1010011110  670
                              1010011111  671
                              1010111010  698
                              1010111011  699
                              1010111110  702
                              1010111111  703
                              1011011010  730
                              1011011011  731
                              1011011110  734
                              1011011111  735
                              1011111010  762
                              1011111011  763
                              1011111110  766
                              1011111111  767
                              1110011010  922
                              1110011011  923
                              1110011110  926
                              1110011111  927
                              1110111010  954
                              1110111011  955
                              1110111110  958
                              1110111111  959
                              1111011010  986
                              1111011011  987
                              1111011110  990
                              1111011111  991

                                 
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