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What is the best programming language to use in lotteries?

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Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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Posted: October 23, 2016, 5:07 pm - IP Logged

I put a pseudo random version on Internet at emuis.be/axbm.php .

It follows  (a * x + b) mod m . The seed is a0. Do not use negative values.

The start seed can be your last drawing.

For pick 3 you want the format "000" for 3 digits.

You are free to choose the parameter values.

An example:

a=789, x=11, b=3, m=1000, format=000

682 505 558 141 554 097 070 773 506 569
262 885 738 121 334 677 450 953 486 349
842 265 918 101 114 257 830 133 466 129
... ...

a=789, x=11, b=777, m=1000, format=000

456 793 500 277 824 841 028 085 712 609
476 013 920 897 644 861 248 505 332 429
496 233 340 517 464 881 468 925 952 249
... ...

I did this but am working on the filter right now.
I consider merging the filter, the charts and the rows later.
If you are lucky, you may find running streaks in your lottery.
Those who don't understand the working can look for details in mathematical forums.

PICK 2

a=78, x=11, b=777, m=100, format=00

35 62 59 26 63 70 47 94 11 98
55 82 79 46 83 90 67 14 31 18
75 02 99 66 03 10 87 34 51 38
95 22 19 86 23 30 07 54 71 58
15 42 39 06 43 50 27 74 91 78

PICK 1

a=7, x=11, b=777, m=10, format=0

4 1 8 5 2 9 6 3 0 7

It isn't complicated.

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    Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
    Zaperlopopotam
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    PICK 4

    a=7777, x=11, b=2, m=1000, format=0000

    0549 0041 0453 0985 0837 0209 0301 0313 0445 0897
    0869 0561 0173 0905 0957 0529 0821 0033 0365 0017
    0189 0081 0893 0825 0077 0849 0341 0753 0285 0137
    0509 0601 0613 0745 0197 0169 0861 0473 0205 0257
    0829 0121 0333 0665 0317 0489 0381 0193 0125 0377 etc

     

    I could make it more complicated but some are already sweating.

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      thamizhpayan's avatar - Lottery-052.jpg

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      Posted: October 24, 2016, 1:39 am - IP Logged

      Tomcat webcontainer on a laptop is a bit too much. Wamp ... .

      I would suggest html with javascript. It is lightweight and at no costs. The layout is the best that you can get. No compiling needed! No headaches with updates or version changes. Less or no problems with types and casting. Works on any computer or similar device. Can be uploaded to a server! There are free servers with free subdomainnames out there doing it! I'm waiting to see your online projects!

      Yeah light is good - Plain HTML,JS 

      PHP/J2EE web container hosting are also available for decent price.

       

      I haven't moved my code to Web UI yet. It's full of classes hooked to a standalone runner class. I will port sometime in future.

       

      Thanks & Good Luck

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        Yeah light is good - Plain HTML,JS 

        PHP/J2EE web container hosting are also available for decent price.

         

        I haven't moved my code to Web UI yet. It's full of classes hooked to a standalone runner class. I will port sometime in future.

         

        Thanks & Good Luck

        I rent a server using PHP. I rented other servers for ASP.NET and JSP for some time. I didn't get to writing my own course. Books suck and professional commenting of classes and functions is far from perfect. People create their own packages.

        Good luck with yours! I think that I won't get anywhere with mine. They sell courses for high amounts of money. Something really ugly, as they could put comments and courses online for the entire globe for very little money!

        You can also use your own computer as server.

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          Posted: October 24, 2016, 5:00 pm - IP Logged

          I rent a server using PHP. I rented other servers for ASP.NET and JSP for some time. I didn't get to writing my own course. Books suck and professional commenting of classes and functions is far from perfect. People create their own packages.

          Good luck with yours! I think that I won't get anywhere with mine. They sell courses for high amounts of money. Something really ugly, as they could put comments and courses online for the entire globe for very little money!

          You can also use your own computer as server.

          Yeah it's  good to own a server in a data center. Cheaper alternative would be to use some subdomain hosting or free hosting with own domain.

           

          I will see whether I can buy some hosting and put some code online. I just concentrate on Iowa Pick 3 and 4; For Jackpot games I just wrote some code which just show some statistics to pick numbers. Most of my program output are similar to the outputs from Excel gurus here.

          If you search some of my posts, you could see some PHP/JS downloads or some analysis for methods posted by other people.

           

          For everyday users, lottery post premium membership is good.

           

          Thanks and Good Luck

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            Posted: October 24, 2016, 6:48 pm - IP Logged

            I have my own website, my own program and my own Excel workbooks and addin. You may find something if you look what I posted several years ago. If you look at my old predictions and rank you find more.

            Good night!

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              Posted: October 24, 2016, 7:06 pm - IP Logged

              I have my own website, my own program and my own Excel workbooks and addin. You may find something if you look what I posted several years ago. If you look at my old predictions and rank you find more.

              Good night!

              Good information. I will go back and dig some old posts.

               

              Thanks

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                Posted: October 25, 2016, 7:59 am - IP Logged

                If you find them.

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                  If you find them.

                  Sunglasses, Is it possible to make a wheel where two numbers never change?
                  Thanks for your time Smiley

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                    Posted: October 25, 2016, 1:22 pm - IP Logged

                    To the OP, no offense of any kind, but I suggest you first take the time to make a quick and dirty test to validate your algorithm(s) and then worry about how to do all the web programming later. That's what I'm doing. I'm looking for lots of different kinds of simple patterns in the Pick 3 numbers. (I never EVER do math on lottery numbers, patterns only)  I mocked up my program in Liberty Basic, which is extremely simple and quick to learn, and I'm spending my time and energy validating/tuning the algorithms. 

                    I know all these smart programmer types will hate my suggestion, but it's so easy to learn/program/modify LB code that it makes a great way to validate algorithms. Just a thought...

                    P.S. I must be doing something right because I am currently ranked #4 on the Hot Predictors chart on this site.Cool

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                      Posted: October 27, 2016, 11:07 am - IP Logged

                      To the OP, no offense of any kind, but I suggest you first take the time to make a quick and dirty test to validate your algorithm(s) and then worry about how to do all the web programming later. That's what I'm doing. I'm looking for lots of different kinds of simple patterns in the Pick 3 numbers. (I never EVER do math on lottery numbers, patterns only)  I mocked up my program in Liberty Basic, which is extremely simple and quick to learn, and I'm spending my time and energy validating/tuning the algorithms. 

                      I know all these smart programmer types will hate my suggestion, but it's so easy to learn/program/modify LB code that it makes a great way to validate algorithms. Just a thought...

                      P.S. I must be doing something right because I am currently ranked #4 on the Hot Predictors chart on this site.Cool

                      Congratulations. Keep pushing high in that ranking.

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                        To the OP, no offense of any kind, but I suggest you first take the time to make a quick and dirty test to validate your algorithm(s) and then worry about how to do all the web programming later. That's what I'm doing. I'm looking for lots of different kinds of simple patterns in the Pick 3 numbers. (I never EVER do math on lottery numbers, patterns only)  I mocked up my program in Liberty Basic, which is extremely simple and quick to learn, and I'm spending my time and energy validating/tuning the algorithms. 

                        I know all these smart programmer types will hate my suggestion, but it's so easy to learn/program/modify LB code that it makes a great way to validate algorithms. Just a thought...

                        P.S. I must be doing something right because I am currently ranked #4 on the Hot Predictors chart on this site.Cool

                        Wish I could plus rate this post, it'd get 5 Stars! Keep it simple. While people question the use of BASIC, it's still going strong at 50. With Liberty Basic, Just Basic, Pure Basic, and Microsoft's Simple Basic, it's not going to disappear even if people don't consider it a "real" language.

                        It's simple, easy to learn, easy to read. And since the strength of BASIC has always been crunching numbers, it's the logical choice.

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                          bgonçalves
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                          Posted: October 27, 2016, 1:58 pm - IP Logged

                          hello, the domain of a good programming language will give more chances to bet randomly? where programming could help put in?

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                            hello, the domain of a good programming language will give more chances to bet randomly? where programming could help put in?

                            In fact any language is better to write tools.

                             

                            If you are going to package your tool as a product or if you look for developers to work on it then you will be better off with some of the top languages and technologies. It would be goot to choose languages that have lot of open discussion forums or good professional/open help resources.

                             

                            I really like and promote usage of open source softwares, languages and tools. With that in mind, if you go back and read my posts, most of what I have suggested would be either Freeware(GPL,etc.,) or open source ones. Who knows, one day I might give off whatever I have as GPL licensed freeware.

                             

                            It all finally adds upto the user(developer) who codes and the availability of pluggable features,libraries,tools and IDEs. The ability to modularized the project code and make it easy to enhance and fix bugs have to be considered.

                             

                            Ability to add test cases and making sure new methods and techniques don't get broken (test suites) after eaxh code change will become a necessity.Hope

                            I threw in some things to think about.

                             

                            Thanks

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                              hello, thamiz, perfect, conglatulations, thank yoy man!!!