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# Power Ball settings and suggestions for Digit Master.

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What are the filter definitions in the Mene2/Bin-G menu, the ones in the lower left. I know some but would like to know the others.

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What are the filter definitions in the Mene2/Bin-G menu, the ones in the lower left. I know some but would like to know the others.

Thanks

lotofjack

1/1 = the number of groups with consecutive hits from previous draw

0/0 = the number of groups with consecutive misses from previous draw

0/1 = the number of groups that missed in previous draw but expected to hit in next draw

1/0 = the number of groups that hit in previous draw but expected to miss in next draw

1x1 = a single group hit that does not have another group that hits before or after.
Example.  If group (A) hits and (B) misses then (A) counts as a 1x1

2x1 = two consecutive groups that hit such as (AB) (BC) etc...

3X1 = Three consecutine groups hits (ABC)

1X0, 2x0, 3x0.
These are the same as above but count consecutive misses.  Example. If groups all three groups
(DEF) all miss then it counts as a 3x0.

Odd  = number of odd groups that are expected to hit in the next draw.  ACEGI) are odd groups

Even = number of even groups that are expected to hit in the next draw. (BDFHJ) are even groups

G-M  = Group mirrors  A-F, B-G, C-H, D-I, E-J,  if any of these pairs hit it counts as a GM

T-G  = total groups that provide all the numbers

F-5 = First 5 groups (ABCDE)

MPM = Matching middle pair.  IF E and F both hit or miss it counts as a MPM.  If one hits and
the other misses than it's not a MPM

B-5 = Back five groups.  (FGHIJ)

Clr = Clear all settings

B-T = Back test mode, single draw backtest.  Same as Run but skips the top draw in the database.
Used to test the program code.

Run = builds the strings of groups that fit all the settings used.

End = ends the program, ie Exit.

The Bin-D is almost the same and you should be able to figure them out from what I have listed here

RL

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 Posted: November 1, 2012, 3:39 pm - IP Logged

Thanks RL, greatly appreciated.

LotOfJack

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