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Old 2004-03-12, 15:47   #45
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I just use the grep utility Xyzzy talked about in the other thread. Then i edited the text a bit and made the lines in worktodo.ini look like
AdvancedFactor=exponent,exponent,50,56
When i tried Factor=exponent it wouldn't work, perhaps cause the exponent is too big for that command, i wouldn't know.
I tried to Factor=exponent,x and Prime95 says about wrong assignment, but if I place few lines to worktodo.ini like advancedfactor=exp,exp,b1,b2 then only the first line is calculating and all the others is getting deleted. Why so???
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Old 2004-04-10, 16:03   #46
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Since my computer seems to be having difficulty with AdvancedFactor, and someone else seems to have taken over my range and is making better time with it, I'm just going to put that range back into the pool and put that computer on something else, like finishing my other LMH range.
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Old 2004-04-20, 21:58   #47
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Range is done (54207 prime exponents) :

first run : 1-32 bit , 6768 factors found (12.5%), same number of exponents cleared

second run : 33-50 bit, 24239 factors found (4433 additional), 19806 exponents cleared (36.5%)

So, a total of
31007 factors found, 26574 exponents cleared (49.02%)
31258 factors found in the same range with factor3_1.

The list of exponents (302KB zipped txt file) is available here .

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Old 2004-04-20, 22:54   #48
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Very interesting, thanks. So just 0.8% of factors missing after two runs of 1-32 and 33-50 bit with AdvancedFactor. Do you have a tool to extract just the additional factors ?
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Old 2004-04-21, 14:59   #49
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Very interesting, thanks. So just 0.8% of factors missing after two runs of 1-32 and 33-50 bit with AdvancedFactor. Do you have a tool to extract just the additional factors ?
I might build one with time on my side, but I still miss prime95 results.txt for that range

A raw guess: the additional factors may be those of numbers with more than 2 factors.

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Old 2004-04-21, 16:20   #50
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I might build one with time on my side, but I still miss prime95 results.txt for that range

A raw guess: the additional factors may be those of numbers with more than 2 factors.

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The results should be already included in the database but I've got also a zip file (300kB) I can send to you (PM your email or a ftp address).

Additional factors I expect for some exponents with more than one factor (for example only a 33 bit factor is found and a 34 bit factor is missing).
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The results should be already included in the database but I've got also a zip file (300kB) I can send to you (PM your email or a ftp address).

Additional factors I expect for some exponents with more than one factor (for example only a 33 bit factor is found and a 34 bit factor is missing).
Sure! You can email me here:

mc5225 AT mclink DOT it

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Old 2004-04-22, 07:53   #52
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31258 factors found in the same range with factor3_1.
What must I do to use factor3_1 to TF few exponents? Worktodo.ini, list.txt or something else? And what kind of file-format?
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Old 2004-04-23, 01:23   #53
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What must I do to use factor3_1 to TF few exponents? Worktodo.ini, list.txt or something else? And what kind of file-format?
You can use the attached file, Factor3_1b.

the file format is the following:

exponent,start_bit,stop_bit

Put the exponent you want to check on the file, with the bit range required, and then launch factor3_1b <yourfile.txt

The program will automatically parse each line in "yourfile.txt", saving results in results.txt

Feel free to write me if you have doubts.

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Old 2004-06-02, 01:37   #54
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332,192,831 is the start of the 100M digit range.
Don't want to step on any toes, but maybe we can some how work together on this.....

See the !00Mdpp thread...
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Old 2005-04-27, 02:00   #55
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Here's the uniting of threads that been done till may 2005. They are all old. The current sitiation of ranges will be posted in corresponding thread.
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