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lottosync 1.7 at 12000 samples

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Posted: March 13, 2004, 4:16 am - IP Logged

reddog:

Time estimation depends on the max. availability of the cpu. If you start the process while no other time consuming processes are running, it will give an estimation based on aprox. 100% cpu availability.

Ofcourse, when you work on your computer this may start to change heavily depending on how much cpu power is left.

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    Posted: March 13, 2004, 11:48 am - IP Logged

    When will V. 1.8 be ready?

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      Posted: March 13, 2004, 8:57 pm - IP Logged

      i got 7/10 on the keno tonight using lottosynch 1.7 [which i have to heavily modify to use with keno], IMAGINE what we could do with a full KENO version !!)

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        Posted: March 16, 2004, 3:11 am - IP Logged

        very much looking forward t

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          Posted: March 16, 2004, 10:23 am - IP Logged
          Quote: Originally posted by Guru on March 12, 2004



          It is also possible for instance that you start it at 70000, when you see after a while that it is gonna take too long, you can stop it and restart it (continue aborted prediction) at a lower sample like 30000 or so. Intermixing diff. sample sizes in 1 prediction, will not ruin your prediction.





          OK, this may prove to be a lame Q (I will try this at a later date when time permits):

          Say that 50K samples were set, prog has reached 45K and player runs out of time. Decision is made to go to the next available lower setting of 40K and 'continue aborted prediction'.

          What will happen? Will the program accept this without 'ruining' the prediction, terminate and display predictions at 45K? Or will it truncate and display preds at 40K? Or .... ??

          Has anyone tried this yet? 

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            Posted: March 16, 2004, 11:20 am - IP Logged

            I was trying 100,000 but i still had 8 or 9 hours Togo so i changed it to 70,000  ten numbers appeared immediately only sat will prove if any good?One repeat the rest below 20. We  are due low Numbers on Irish lotto.