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Old 2020-06-09, 20:39   #287
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I'm going to play with base 8128 for a bit, unless someone tells me to stop.

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Old 2020-06-10, 08:50   #288
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I'm going to play with base 8128 for a bit, unless someone tells me to stop.


OK, perfect !
Please, can you cross out 8128 in post #280 ?
Thank you !

I'm doing the first step, as described in post #282 for bases 510510 and 9699690.
That way, I'll be able to add these two bases in the next update.

@All those who have booked a new priority base :
Please, don't forget to let me know when you have completed the first step of the bases you have booked, so that I can add them to the official booking page.
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Old 2020-06-10, 18:51   #289
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I think I have met all the preliminary requirements for base 8128. I've also attached the bulk of the entries for the table in html format. If I've done it correctly, all you'll need to do is create the before and after portions and insert the lines I've provided.

Please let me know if the text file does work or if it isn't of value. It is the product of a script I'm playing with. At this point, you have to edit the script (edit base, any reservation initials and power range), and then enter the index and (P/U/C values) for each power. Then the corresponding line is written to a file. I might try to add more bells and maybe even automation, eventually. It does not provide for any merge entry, either ATM.
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Old 2020-06-11, 09:44   #290
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For n=210, I have finished all trivial sequences that start under 120 digits, and also calculated all nontrivial sequences starting under 100 digits to 100 digits. What do you want me to do with the nontrivial sequences in the 100-120 digit start range?
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Old 2020-06-11, 11:22   #291
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For n=210, I have finished all trivial sequences that start under 120 digits, and also calculated all nontrivial sequences starting under 100 digits to 100 digits. What do you want me to do with the nontrivial sequences in the 100-120 digit start range?
@garambois: If a table has not yet been built for 210 (and my previous table worked OK), I can build the 210 table html code while "playing" with my script. Or, if you'd rather, I could quit pestering you with these. I'm not sure if you have an automation method or you do all the html code manually.
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Old 2020-06-11, 11:37   #292
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The scripts only need small additions to create the whole html automatically for a new n-value, he knows the handling.
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Old 2020-06-11, 11:53   #293
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The scripts only need small additions to create the whole html automatically for a new n-value, he knows the handling.
Thanks! I'll quit pestering you guys about it.
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Old 2020-06-11, 14:12   #294
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I'm nearly finished coloring in the base 17 and base 8128 tables. Unless I read an objection, I'll try to meet the preliminary requirements (matched parity to prime and others to 100 digits) for base 496. I'm not sure about continuing with it after that, but we'll see.
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Old 2020-06-11, 15:41   #295
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Thank you all for your help. There has been tremendous progress in the last few weeks.

By next weekend, I will add bases 210, 496, 8128 and maybe one or two more for me if the preliminary calculations are completed by then (510510 and 9699690).

@ EdH : Thank you very much for your offer of help. But as Karsten Bonath says, I know all the manipulations to run the scripts he wrote. All this will be done in the next update. So, can you also cross out base 496 on post #280 please ?

@Happy5214 : If the non-trivial sequences are 100-digit, that's enough to create the base under good conditions.
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Old 2020-06-11, 22:18   #296
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Base 496 meets the preliminary points, but I haven't taken on filling in anything with orange. Still not sure if I will just yet. Bases 15 and 17 should be fully colored in and 8128 is mostly filled in. Perhaps by the update, it will be done too.

One merge for 496:
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496^3:i168 merges with 22908:i1
Edit: I have made an error: There is still one base 17 hold out (17^26). Hopefully I can get it in line by the update. . .

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Old 2020-06-13, 11:44   #297
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Go ahead and reserve base 496 for me to finish coloring in. Since no one has seemed to claim 1155, I would like to finish coloring it in as well.

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