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Old 2008-03-12, 22:59   #1
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I'm ashamed to admit that I've arranged and rearranged my llr files so much that now it's just a cluster**** of done, and partially done stuff.

Would it be possible for someone to accept a PM of the files and then run a script that tells what, exactly, I have left to do? It's possible that I accidentally double and even triple-checked some of these numbers accidentally.

The range is 345.6K-346K, if you want to download the sieved files.

Even with the death of my cat, I feel like a jerk. :(
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Old 2008-03-12, 23:04   #2
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I though that range was already done.
Please check your 264.0-265.0 range.
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Old 2008-03-14, 19:03   #3
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I'm ashamed to admit that I've arranged and rearranged my llr files so much that now it's just a cluster**** of done, and partially done stuff.

Would it be possible for someone to accept a PM of the files and then run a script that tells what, exactly, I have left to do? It's possible that I accidentally double and even triple-checked some of these numbers accidentally.

The range is 345.6K-346K, if you want to download the sieved files.

Even with the death of my cat, I feel like a jerk. :(
If you send me your results files, I can process them through my lowest-outstanding-n script (which I use for LLRnet results but will work fine for manual LLR since it's designed to process the LLRnet results after I've turned them into standard manual-LLR-compatible results files). This can tell you easily what you have left to do.

Considering, however, that your results files are in such a mess, it would probably be best if you just unreserved the range, and sent us the results files that you do have. Then we can divide up your range and post it for re-reservation, and have it done right.
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Old 2008-03-15, 06:05   #4
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If you send me your results files, I can process them through my lowest-outstanding-n script (which I use for LLRnet results but will work fine for manual LLR since it's designed to process the LLRnet results after I've turned them into standard manual-LLR-compatible results files). This can tell you easily what you have left to do.

Considering, however, that your results files are in such a mess, it would probably be best if you just unreserved the range, and sent us the results files that you do have. Then we can divide up your range and post it for re-reservation, and have it done right.
I'll do that, then.

I'm still trying to figure out how I managed to screw up so badly. I'm wondering if my mental health got bad for a while, and nobody on the planet(even me) figured it out. Stranger things have happened.
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Old 2008-03-15, 06:07   #5
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I'll do that, then.

I'm still trying to figure out how I managed to screw up so badly. I'm wondering if my mental health got bad for a while, and nobody on the planet(even me) figured it out. Stranger things have happened.
Okay. My email is bugmesticky AT googlemail DOT com.
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