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Old 2022-07-28, 23:24   #1783
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I added ~350 terms to 13^42. I'll keep working on it, after a summer break for heat management.
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Old 2022-07-29, 01:51   #1784
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I will initialize base 120.
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Old 2022-07-30, 00:02   #1785
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Taking base 251 next for initialization.
Base 104 has less than 10 exponents to go.
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Old 2022-07-31, 02:01   #1786
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Base 104 can be added at the next table update.
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Old 2022-07-31, 02:33   #1787
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Thanks Rich (for both 104 and 251)! I'll start including the matched parity sequences for 104 in the other thread.


Edit: RichD, Which of the matched parities did you terminate?

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Old 2022-07-31, 03:26   #1788
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RichD, Which of the matched parities did you terminate?
For base 104 all the ones to exponent 56. There may have been another one or two beyond that point but I don't recall. It's not that important I get credit, just move the project along.
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Old 2022-07-31, 04:45   #1789
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For base 104 all the ones to exponent 56. There may have been another one or two beyond that point but I don't recall. It's not that important I get credit, just move the project along.
Are you completely done searching base 104? If so, I'd like to run some of the higher same-parity exponents.
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Old 2022-07-31, 05:02   #1790
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Are you completely done searching base 104? If so, I'd like to run some of the higher same-parity exponents.
Yep, done with base 104.
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Old 2022-07-31, 08:42   #1791
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Base 120 has been fully initialized.

Exponents <= 180 digits up through 120^86 for both parities were done.

120^5 merges at index=77 with 442560:i81
120^25 merges at index=2064 with 1488:i7

Reserving base 102 for initialization.
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Old 2022-07-31, 11:42   #1792
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Base 120 has been fully initialized.
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Thanks! I added it to the other thread, as well.
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Old 2022-07-31, 23:55   #1793
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A couple exponents to go in base 251. Would base 263 be one of interest?
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