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This is something that maybe I wrote about long ago.

Even Sums, Odd Sums, Low Sums, High Sums, Etc.

As always, beware of any mistakes made, if any.

A short example:

Tue, Apr 28, 2015    1-3-2 E02 O04 L06 H00
Mon, Apr 27, 2015    2-0-2 E04 O00 L04 H00
Sun, Apr 26, 2015    7-7-0 E00 O14 L00 H14
Sat, Apr 25, 2015    4-0-1 E04 O01 L05 H00
Fri, Apr 24, 2015    5-7-6 E06 O12 L00 H18
Thu, Apr 23, 2015    0-1-9 E00 O10 L01 H09
Wed, Apr 22, 2015    2-0-0 E02 O00 L02 H00
Tue, Apr 21, 2015    0-0-2 E02 O00 L02 H00
Mon, Apr 20, 2015    6-2-5 E08 O05 L02 H11
Sun, Apr 19, 2015    7-4-4 E08 O07 L08 H07
Sat, Apr 18, 2015    3-4-9 E04 O12 L07 H09
Fri, Apr 17, 2015    3-5-6 E06 O08 L03 H11
Thu, Apr 16, 2015    1-3-2 E02 O04 L06 H00
Wed, Apr 15, 2015    4-8-9 E12 O09 L04 H17

How to use that?

Without proper software it might be harder or maybe not possible to use it.

Stats on those might tell if they can be of any use or not and if they are, in which way or ways they might be of use.

Right now they might just be a curiosity, unless there already is software for them.

I don't know yet if I will keep on posting on this thread or not.

This stuff is boxed, not straight, so I think that if I wanted to, I could first do the Even-Odd sums on the 220 pick 3 boxed numbers and take a good luck at them.

And if I found on there something of use then I would do the same with the Low-High.

But I would not go to any of that trouble unless I myself could code software and I can't, so I won't do it.

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    This kind of thing would be easier to use.
    It is not a new thing either, I posted about it long ago (I think?).

    A short sample:

    Fri, May 01, 2015    4-5-6 LE-HO-HE
    Thu, Apr 30, 2015    1-3-8 LO-LO-HE
    Wed, Apr 29, 2015    2-1-8 LE-LO-HE
    Tue, Apr 28, 2015    1-3-2 LO-LO-LE
    Mon, Apr 27, 2015    2-0-2 LE-LE-LE
    Sun, Apr 26, 2015    7-7-0 HO-HO-LE
    Sat, Apr 25, 2015    4-0-1 LE-LE-LO
    Fri, Apr 24, 2015    5-7-6 HO-HO-HE
    Thu, Apr 23, 2015    0-1-9 LE-LO-HO
    Wed, Apr 22, 2015    2-0-0 LE-LE-LE
    Tue, Apr 21, 2015    0-0-2 LE-LE-LE
    Mon, Apr 20, 2015    6-2-5 HE-LE-HO
    Sun, Apr 19, 2015    7-4-4 HO-LE-LE
    Sat, Apr 18, 2015    3-4-9 LO-LE-HO
    Fri, Apr 17, 2015    3-5-6 LO-HO-HE
    Thu, Apr 16, 2015    1-3-2 LO-LO-LE
    Wed, Apr 15, 2015    4-8-9 LE-HE-HO
    Tue, Apr 14, 2015    0-5-0 LE-HO-LE

    How to use it?

    I will not tell, find out by yourself!

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      This kind of thing would be easier to use.
      It is not a new thing either, I posted about it long ago (I think?).

      A short sample:

      Fri, May 01, 2015    4-5-6 LE-HO-HE
      Thu, Apr 30, 2015    1-3-8 LO-LO-HE
      Wed, Apr 29, 2015    2-1-8 LE-LO-HE
      Tue, Apr 28, 2015    1-3-2 LO-LO-LE
      Mon, Apr 27, 2015    2-0-2 LE-LE-LE
      Sun, Apr 26, 2015    7-7-0 HO-HO-LE
      Sat, Apr 25, 2015    4-0-1 LE-LE-LO
      Fri, Apr 24, 2015    5-7-6 HO-HO-HE
      Thu, Apr 23, 2015    0-1-9 LE-LO-HO
      Wed, Apr 22, 2015    2-0-0 LE-LE-LE
      Tue, Apr 21, 2015    0-0-2 LE-LE-LE
      Mon, Apr 20, 2015    6-2-5 HE-LE-HO
      Sun, Apr 19, 2015    7-4-4 HO-LE-LE
      Sat, Apr 18, 2015    3-4-9 LO-LE-HO
      Fri, Apr 17, 2015    3-5-6 LO-HO-HE
      Thu, Apr 16, 2015    1-3-2 LO-LO-LE
      Wed, Apr 15, 2015    4-8-9 LE-HE-HO
      Tue, Apr 14, 2015    0-5-0 LE-HO-LE

      How to use it?

      I will not tell, find out by yourself!

      Ive done the same kinda thing. Using

      Hi lo

      Even odd

      In out

      And ?? ?? (My secret)

       

      Hi ho li lo

      Inodd

      Ineven

       

      Outodd

      Outeven.

       

      They work out  .  To be 8 to 27# filters.

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        That's paper workout level. You don't get any near to programming.

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          i  win  about  on  average  2  times  a  week   all  u  do  is  chart  the  doubles  eve  separate  from  midday  keep  track  of  position  hits, hot and cold digits  make  a  chart,  on  average  a  double  shows  every 4  draws,,  lets  say  the digit 6  is   ice  cold out  maybe 20  to3  0 draws in  the  first  position or  any  other  position.  now  play  66  with  all  or  with  the  2  0r  three  hottest digits for  the  past  2  weeks, i  have  hit  numerous  times  that  way.u  dont play  every  day just  when  a  double  has  not  shown  in 4  or  more  times.

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            most  states   take  60% or  more  of  all  mone  bet  on  pick    pick  four then the  other  part  is  divided  among  the  winners   the  state  never  loses

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              That's paper workout level. You don't get any near to programming.

              Computer programs don't have to be about only complicated workouts.  About every book I've ever read about learning to program starts out with the simple program print "Hello world".  Even simple paper workouts should have the same structures and thoughts that one would have if a computer program was being written.

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                Computer programs don't have to be about only complicated workouts.  About every book I've ever read about learning to program starts out with the simple program print "Hello world".  Even simple paper workouts should have the same structures and thoughts that one would have if a computer program was being written.

                Yes, you are right about that.

                A program just automates what you are already doing by hand from your mind, you automate the mental logic and then the mechanics of what your hand does.

                For example, something simple:

                Pick 3

                A, B, C.

                -1, +3, +0

                A = 5, B = 0 and C = 9

                5 0 9

                -1, +3 and +0

                = :

                5-1 = 4

                0+3 = 3

                9+0 = 9

                So:

                4 3 9

                Software would do exactly the very same thing, but in an automatic way, a person would just input the pick 3 number which in this case would be 509.

                It would be neither better nor worse, it would be the same, just less work for the person who wanted to do -1, +3 and +0 to the pick 3 number.

                So, RJOh is right!

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                  Yes, you are right about that.

                  A program just automates what you are already doing by hand from your mind, you automate the mental logic and then the mechanics of what your hand does.

                  For example, something simple:

                  Pick 3

                  A, B, C.

                  -1, +3, +0

                  A = 5, B = 0 and C = 9

                  5 0 9

                  -1, +3 and +0

                  = :

                  5-1 = 4

                  0+3 = 3

                  9+0 = 9

                  So:

                  4 3 9

                  Software would do exactly the very same thing, but in an automatic way, a person would just input the pick 3 number which in this case would be 509.

                  It would be neither better nor worse, it would be the same, just less work for the person who wanted to do -1, +3 and +0 to the pick 3 number.

                  So, RJOh is right!

                  5 +1 =6

                  0 +3 =3

                  9 +0 =9

                  Keep it short!

                  You cannot keep up with a computer when it comes to doing a big mass a repetitive work. Also coding is not that simple. You have to take care of things that don't play with paper and pen.

                  For pick 3 your average correct guess would be 1/1000. Your payout is 500 for one straight win while you should get 1000. This is basics! At roulette winning a straight bet means that you keep the winning chip and get 35 chips from the croupier, while there are only 37 numbers. That is 1/37 and 36:1 if you calculate 1/1000 and 500:1. At roulette we say 35:1, so at pick 3 we should say 499:1? Gambling at roulette might be devils work, but then what is pick 3 compared to roulette?

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                    5 +1 =6

                    0 +3 =3

                    9 +0 =9

                    Keep it short!

                    You cannot keep up with a computer when it comes to doing a big mass a repetitive work. Also coding is not that simple. You have to take care of things that don't play with paper and pen.

                    For pick 3 your average correct guess would be 1/1000. Your payout is 500 for one straight win while you should get 1000. This is basics! At roulette winning a straight bet means that you keep the winning chip and get 35 chips from the croupier, while there are only 37 numbers. That is 1/37 and 36:1 if you calculate 1/1000 and 500:1. At roulette we say 35:1, so at pick 3 we should say 499:1? Gambling at roulette might be devils work, but then what is pick 3 compared to roulette?

                    For that kind of math you don't even need a calculator less alone a computer but learning how to program such simple stuff is the basic of learning how to program more complex equations.  He'll learn all that in the first few pages of any book about computer programming.

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                      For that kind of math you don't even need a calculator less alone a computer but learning how to program such simple stuff is the basic of learning how to program more complex equations.  He'll learn all that in the first few pages of any book about computer programming.

                      I have the impression that MonEl wants to go back to develop systems on paper that are not meant to be programmed. What could we do in the past? If find stripes for counting. Strangely no video came up with this, so most videos were done by fake players. There is this big garbage collection called Internet. ... My first wheels were like the Serotic wheels, as far as I could find comments on them. Later I went finer. People are convinced that it is all luck when you hear their comments. That reminds me Richard Funny. ;) ...

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                        I have the impression that MonEl wants to go back to develop systems on paper that are not meant to be programmed. What could we do in the past? If find stripes for counting. Strangely no video came up with this, so most videos were done by fake players. There is this big garbage collection called Internet. ... My first wheels were like the Serotic wheels, as far as I could find comments on them. Later I went finer. People are convinced that it is all luck when you hear their comments. That reminds me Richard Funny. ;) ...

                        You may be right, until a workout goes beyond the use of simple mathematics, it's probably faster to use paper and pencil doing the math mentally than it is entering the information into a computer to get the same results.  Programming such a workout would have no value.

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                          You may be right, until a workout goes beyond the use of simple mathematics, it's probably faster to use paper and pencil doing the math mentally than it is entering the information into a computer to get the same results.  Programming such a workout would have no value.

                          It is true, both of you are right about that.

                          But something like this is easier to do with software or with any calculator, really best with a calculator as it is a lot more trouble to use a computer to make those very simple calculations.

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/blogentry/101509

                          Too bad that I never tried to learn much about computer programming, but besides learning a little about C-64 Basic (Basic 2) (and later forgetting about it), I also did learn a little, long ago (and also forgot) about Commodore 64 assembly language.

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                            It is true, both of you are right about that.

                            But something like this is easier to do with software or with any calculator, really best with a calculator as it is a lot more trouble to use a computer to make those very simple calculations.

                            http://www.lotterypost.com/blogentry/101509

                            Too bad that I never tried to learn much about computer programming, but besides learning a little about C-64 Basic (Basic 2) (and later forgetting about it), I also did learn a little, long ago (and also forgot) about Commodore 64 assembly language.

                            If you know C-64 Basic then you know enough to write a simple program in many of the Basics for Windows 8 which can be downloaded for free.  Many of them come with a tutorial to update you on anything you might have forgotten. 

                            I downloaded a copy of QB64 and ran some copies of my GWBasic programs and except of having to add same ";" and change some "FOR/NEXT" statements as the compiler suggested they ran and a lot faster too.  I will have to change some of the colors since some color combinations aren't as clear as they were with GWBasic.  Many of my GWBasic programs I transported from my Commodore 64 when I upgraded to a Tandy 1000 which I transported to my Window 98 machine.  I'm still running them on my XP machine but trying to update them to run on my Windows 8 machine before my XP stops working.

                            Note: I loaded a copy of the program you had in your blog in the QB64 compiler and it ran without any changes.  Since I didn't take the time read what its objective was I didn't test it.

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                              If you know C-64 Basic then you know enough to write a simple program in many of the Basics for Windows 8 which can be downloaded for free.  Many of them come with a tutorial to update you on anything you might have forgotten. 

                              I downloaded a copy of QB64 and ran some copies of my GWBasic programs and except of having to add same ";" and change some "FOR/NEXT" statements as the compiler suggested they ran and a lot faster too.  I will have to change some of the colors since some color combinations aren't as clear as they were with GWBasic.  Many of my GWBasic programs I transported from my Commodore 64 when I upgraded to a Tandy 1000 which I transported to my Window 98 machine.  I'm still running them on my XP machine but trying to update them to run on my Windows 8 machine before my XP stops working.

                              Note: I loaded a copy of the program you had in your blog in the QB64 compiler and it ran without any changes.  Since I didn't take the time read what its objective was I didn't test it.

                              While I can still learn even at my age, my mind and maybe my body get tired easier than they did years ago.

                              I only knew some Basic, I didn't try to learn a lot, but even now if I wanted to I could learn a lot more Basic, my mind seems to still be sharp enough, I never knew a lot about Math, but I could learn that too if I wanted to.

                              I no longer have my C-64 computer, but there are Commodore emulators or Windows XP, I am still using Windows XP, also somewhere I have some Commodore Basic books, it is too late to get more basic books from old magazines and books, but the Commodore stuff might do, yet I don't feel like trying to learn more about programming at this time even if I can, latter(?), Who knows?

                              That simple basic program that you saw the code of, came very easy to me, but it is a very simple program.

                              I had the chance to learn as much Basic as you now know, back in the day, but I didn't want to.

                              I don't have as much free time as I would like to have and I like to relax and I look at the T.V. too much when I do have free time, also I like to waste time here at the Lottery Post, it relaxes me.