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Digit Master Pro New Jersey Question

Topic closed. 2 replies. Last post 4 years ago by winsumloosesum.

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Posted: December 1, 2012, 8:43 am - IP Logged

Well since I'm not in the Lottoguys Forum I wanted to ask anyone here who might be able to answer the following question:

The winning New Jersey 5/40 drawing on 11/28/2012 was 10-19-30-31-38

I set the Digit Min/Max filters to the winning filter settings.  No other settings.

I ran RFW (Run Full Wheel) and the program generated 6 sets. 

DM1

DM2

 

(3) Digit 1 = Numbers 01-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-21-31

(3) Digit 3 = Numbers 03-13-23-30-31-32-33-34-35-36-37-38-39

(1) Digit 8 = Numbers 08-18-28-38

(1) Digit 9 = Numbers 09-19-29-39

(2) Digit 0 = Numbers 10-20-30-40

My question is this:

Should the 2 sets that are not highlighted be omitted?

10-11-30-38-39

10-18-19-30-33

So should the sets generated be 4 and not 6?

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    Posted: December 1, 2012, 5:21 pm - IP Logged

    I'm fairly sure the digit filter counts the number of digits and not just numbers. So the number 11 would count as two 1 digits, 10 would count as one 1 digit, that's where you get your digit value of 3 that you set. Same goes with the other values.

    The non-highlighted sets do fit the settings you used.

    10 and 11= digit 1 value of 3

    30 38 and 39 = digit 3 value of 3

    38 = digit 8 value of 1

    39 = digit 9 value of 1

    10 and 30 = digit 0 value of 2

    In the second set 30 and 33 = digit 3 value of 3.

    At least that's how I've always interpreted the digit filter. Hope that is right and it is helpful!

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      Posted: December 1, 2012, 7:45 pm - IP Logged

      I'm fairly sure the digit filter counts the number of digits and not just numbers. So the number 11 would count as two 1 digits, 10 would count as one 1 digit, that's where you get your digit value of 3 that you set. Same goes with the other values.

      The non-highlighted sets do fit the settings you used.

      10 and 11= digit 1 value of 3

      30 38 and 39 = digit 3 value of 3

      38 = digit 8 value of 1

      39 = digit 9 value of 1

      10 and 30 = digit 0 value of 2

      In the second set 30 and 33 = digit 3 value of 3.

      At least that's how I've always interpreted the digit filter. Hope that is right and it is helpful!

      Your correct.  I was looking at it incorrectly.  Thanks