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Old 2019-11-15, 02:40   #12
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I've fixed several errors, including the number of digits in groups, a fix on biquadratic equations, now it works on Web browsers that do not support WebAssembly and other minor errors.

With respect to the equation mentioned by Dr Sardonicus, I fixed a few errors, but the support from the application is incomplete when the Galois group has order 5. I will continue working on this.
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Old 2019-11-15, 20:13   #13
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Thanks, Dario! That works even on my old FF-for-Mac-OS-10.6.8.

Was it much work to remove the WebAs dependence? I always say, if you can gain a lot of portability without having to expend inordinate effort, it's worth doing. But then again, I'm an old-timer - I realize much of the New Economy is based on domain fragmentation, getting folks to pay multiple times for what is basically the same thing. :)
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Thanks, Dario! That works even on my old FF-for-Mac-OS-10.6.8.

Was it much work to remove the WebAs dependence? I always say, if you can gain a lot of portability without having to expend inordinate effort, it's worth doing. But then again, I'm an old-timer - I realize much of the New Economy is based on domain fragmentation, getting folks to pay multiple times for what is basically the same thing. :)
Thanks for testing. Actually, it detects whether the Web browser supports WebAssembly or not, so in the second case it uses asm.js (which is a subset of JavaScript that can be executed efficiently in the Web browser).

All my Web applications use WebAssembly because it runs 2 to 3 times faster than asm.js. This is important when you try to factor a big polynomial (or big number in https://www.alpertron.com.ar/ECM.HTM).

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