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Soduko formation and pick 3

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Sunglasses's avatar - nicebear
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534 678 912
672 195 348
198 342 567
859 761 423
426 853 791
713 924 856
961 537 284
287 419 635
345 286 179
What could be the use for pick 3 play?
Eventually many different compositions can be gathered from the web and newspapers.
Sqlite soduko solver on emuis.be/pick3CA
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      Posted: October 29, 2016, 1:07 am - IP Logged

      Wow we had the 348/384 Good Job! Banana

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        9 rows with 3 combinations
        9 columns with 3 combinations

        I have a few ideas with this.

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          Welcome to the Sudoku Lottery System!

          https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/143640

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            Posted: October 29, 2016, 8:49 am - IP Logged

            Any numbers for Ohio Raven

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              Caution, there are only 9 digits and only 3-digit combinations.
              For a pick next system, you would have to decide what is needed: a 1, 2 or 3 digit combination? which 9 digits to choose from?
              Which of the 362880 possible mixes of the pattern above? Add that there are more soduko patterns than this one.
              For repeated play, you would have to consider all possible 362880 mixes plus the other patterns and their mixes.
              I'd say, not a good system but a solid mix of digits for 3 digits combinations.

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                Posted: October 29, 2016, 12:01 pm - IP Logged
                534 678 912
                672 195 348
                198 342 567
                859 761 423
                426 853 791
                713 924 856
                961 537 284
                287 419 635
                345 286 179
                What could be the use for pick 3 play?
                Eventually many different compositions can be gathered from the web and newspapers.
                Sqlite soduko solver on emuis.be/pick3CA

                I found triple 888's in my local newspaper one year.

                 

                Thanks for the reminder!

                 

                Good Luck.

                The Struggle is real!

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                  You would have to use point(x,y) to get those.
                  Make a list of 3 points combinations.
                  This may have been said before.

                  The other is a different form of soduko.

                  A quick solution is mod 5, then replace by 5 digits.
                  Make a second soduko and replace mod 5 by 5 remaining digits.
                  etc

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                    Posted: October 29, 2016, 12:28 pm - IP Logged

                    Welcome to the Sudoku Lottery System!

                    https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/143640

                    Raven I know this is 10 years old and Geocities went "way of the dodo".

                    Would you happen to still have the zip file from George?

                    Thanks,

                    Steve

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                      Raven I know this is 10 years old and Geocities went "way of the dodo".

                      Would you happen to still have the zip file from George?

                      Thanks,

                      Steve

                      sudoku-solutions.

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                        Posted: October 29, 2016, 2:38 pm - IP Logged

                        As strange as it comes, tonight's local drawing is

                        2016-10-29SAT567

                        On my screenshot I marked 6 combinations because of starting with 1 and 5, for other reasons, just remarking those.

                        The 567 came out straight.

                        I can turn this into a program.

                        My pick 3 pages will be recoded, only pick 3 CA is linked on the menu. It has the solver.

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                          Raven I know this is 10 years old and Geocities went "way of the dodo".

                          Would you happen to still have the zip file from George?

                          Thanks,

                          Steve

                          I might have it: I'll have to take a look see!

                          In the meantime this may be it: http://www.tucows.com/preview/412175/SuDoku-Solver

                          This is the one by George Uhall: http://www.oocities.org/uhallgeo/

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                            I made a solver in Excel many years ago. Where is it?

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                              I made a solver in Excel many years ago. Where is it?

                              Somewhere in the Clouds...

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