|Posted: September 10, 2015, 7:53 pm - IP Logged|
The databases are plain text and if building your own then use the same format as those included
with the program.
There are a couple rules to follow in the naming of the game as the program uses the database name
to set internal values.
Power-ball example database name.
The first two letters indicate the game being loaded, can be anything =PB
The third is the number of numbers picked, don't include bonus number = 5
the 4th and 5th is the pool size = 59
the 6th indicates the game has a bonus-number. set to 0 if no bonus number is drawn If 2 bonus numbers
are drawn then then 6th would be 2
Add then .TXT to the end
The numbers need to be 0 padded single spaced like 01 02 03 15 25 etc,,,
the first numbers first digit has to start on the 17th space of the line.
For daily games like my MO pick-3 evening draw. MO3E.TXT
the first 2 letters indicate the game name =MO
the next digit equals the number of numbers picked = 3
the next letter indicates M=midday E = evening and C=combined
add the .TXT
The first digit must fall on the 10th space of the line.
I started a custom database option in the C-panel but there are so many different types of database
formats I decided to drop it. Hope this helps.