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Old 2010-08-05, 22:21   #4
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Originally Posted by Puzzle-Peter View Post
Don't know about Windows, but in Linux it's only a few shell commands.

Good luck, btw.
I usually just use srfile (included with the srsieve sieving program), which can remove factors from a NewPGen formatted file with the following command:

srfile -G -k factors.txt sieve.txt

That will output the sieve file with factors removed to t17_b2.prp. I've never tried it with a twin sieve file before; the exact output file name may be different, but it should work properly.
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