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How to code a lotto program and best programs for lotto programming.

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People think that they can get top class Excel files for free.

Other people think that they have good ideas.

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    People think that they can get top class Excel files for free.

    Other people think that they have good ideas.

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    yep ,i was one of them.It took me almost 2 weeks to get a chart done .

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      People think that they can get top class Excel files for free.

      Other people think that they have good ideas.

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      If an idea is acted on then one knows if it was any good.

       * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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        If your programs will compile using QB 4.5 then they will run on QB-64.  Even your GW code should

        take very little tweeking to convert to qb-64.   I still perfer to use QB-64 for lottery programming and

        you can copy the DLL's to your system32/64 folder and then the compiled programs run from anywhere

        on your PC.  QB-64 was designed to be compatable with QB45 coding and if you decide to give it a try I

        suggest the SDL version 0.924.   I use a little bit of everything but like I said before, basic is my first love. 

        If you decide to try C++ or C sharp you can forget all you have learned using GW as there is nothing that

        will carry over.  With QB-64 you can tap into the windows API which is really nice and I think it will be around

        for many years to come so whatever MS does I am sure 64 will adapt.     

        RL

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          If your programs will compile using QB 4.5 then they will run on QB-64.  Even your GW code should

          take very little tweeking to convert to qb-64.   I still perfer to use QB-64 for lottery programming and

          you can copy the DLL's to your system32/64 folder and then the compiled programs run from anywhere

          on your PC.  QB-64 was designed to be compatable with QB45 coding and if you decide to give it a try I

          suggest the SDL version 0.924.   I use a little bit of everything but like I said before, basic is my first love. 

          If you decide to try C++ or C sharp you can forget all you have learned using GW as there is nothing that

          will carry over.  With QB-64 you can tap into the windows API which is really nice and I think it will be around

          for many years to come so whatever MS does I am sure 64 will adapt.     

          RL

          I Agree!

          • Saying Lotto #s Can be Predicted means that Lotto's ODD can be reduced down  to an economical level by a system.
          • Saying a Lotto System Works means that we can win constantly (not each draw)  and economically (get a real profit) by using the System.
          • Practice is the only criterion for testing truth.
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            I Agree!

            I have until April, I read MicroSoft plan to stop supporting XP after then.

             * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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              I have until April, I read MicroSoft plan to stop supporting XP after then.

              The fact that Microsoft will stop supporting XP does not change your being able to use it.  I use windows 98 every day at work.

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                yep ,i was one of them.It took me almost 2 weeks to get a chart done .

                Forget months try years. Constant backtesting to find what actually works, and what work together.

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                  Forget months try years. Constant backtesting to find what actually works, and what work together.

                  Finding out what worked in past drawings is easy, predicting when it will work again in the future is the hard part.  For example the last two drawings in Ohio's Rolling Cash Five.

                   MON 02/17/14 - 02 09 29 35 39
                   SUN 02/16/14 - 09 15 29 35 39

                   * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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                    Another tactic might be to avoid what worked just too well in the past and look for a different outcome.

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                      Another tactic might be to avoid what worked just too well in the past and look for a different outcome.

                      Systems that try to pick combinations based on past results find about 30% of drawings results have no connections to past drawings which may because most lottery games are changed or ended before picking one percent of their possible combinations.

                       * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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                        Systems that try to pick combinations based on past results find about 30% of drawings results have no connections to past drawings which may because most lottery games are changed or ended before picking one percent of their possible combinations.

                        30% = no connection then 70% have a connection to the past drawings. You would have to detail your response to make it comprehensive.

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                          30% = no connection then 70% have a connection to the past drawings. You would have to detail your response to make it comprehensive.

                          The 70% that do have a connection to past drawings varies so many ways that they would be hard to explain in a comprehensive manner.  Besides, anyone who was really interested in such data would be willing to do the research to come up with it.

                           * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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                            I haven't seen anyone proving anything that wouldn't fit into randomn events.

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                              I haven't seen anyone proving anything that wouldn't fit into randomn events.

                              Niether have I but in random events almost anything can happen and often does.

                               * you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones * 

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