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Old 2020-09-10, 17:48   #551
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After a few checks on the data, I would note that :
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29^15:i38 merges with 18528:i1
should be :
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29^15:i37 merges with 18528:i0
Do you confirm that I should make this change ?
Again! What the Heck is wrong with my script?* Yes, I confirm the error! You should change it accordingly.

*Has to be something to do with index 0, obviously. . .
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Old 2020-09-10, 18:43   #552
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OK, I'll make the change for this weekend's update.
Thanks Ed !
For this update, I won't be advanced enough in the calculations for base 50, I won't add it for the moment.
Base 72 can't be added either because of the malfunction.
For base 98, you can keep me informed if it is to be added this weekend or at a later date.
Many thanks.

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Old 2020-09-10, 20:49   #553
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Additional termination:
20^59

All of n=770 should be colored in. Releasing table.
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Old 2020-09-11, 02:22   #554
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OK, I'll make the change for this weekend's update.
Thanks Ed !
For this update, I won't be advanced enough in the calculations for base 50, I won't add it for the moment.
Base 72 can't be added either because of the malfunction.
For base 98, you can keep me informed if it is to be added this weekend or at a later date.
Many thanks.

Well, hopefully all this report is accurate:

Base 18 is green through 18^119 and orange for further by default.

Base 72 is green through 72^74 and orange beyond, but I will still need to post the .elfs for the corrupted sequences.

Base 98 is green through 98^71 and orange for further by default.

I have not yet completed index 1 for many of the orange table blocks.
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Old 2020-09-11, 11:19   #555
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Releasing 21^72, 21^74, and 21^76.

21^78 got down to 42 digits in the midst of three separate downdriver runs, but it's now at 117 digits with a 2^2*7 driver and a 3.
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Additional termination:
20^59

All of n=770 should be colored in. Releasing table.

OK, many thanks !
20^59 is a non-trivial end of sequence !!!
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Old 2020-09-11, 17:09   #557
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Well, hopefully all this report is accurate:

Base 18 is green through 18^119 and orange for further by default.

Base 72 is green through 72^74 and orange beyond, but I will still need to post the .elfs for the corrupted sequences.

Base 98 is green through 98^71 and orange for further by default.

I have not yet completed index 1 for many of the orange table blocks.

OK, at the next update, I will add the base 98.

And what do you think : is it worth adding base 72 ?
But several cells may present an absurd result ?
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Releasing 21^72, 21^74, and 21^76.

21^78 got down to 42 digits in the midst of three separate downdriver runs, but it's now at 117 digits with a 2^2*7 driver and a 3.

Thanks a lot.
Pour 21^78, vous avez maintenant perdu le 3 !
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Thanks a lot.
Pour 21^78, vous avez maintenant perdu le 3 !
English translation (I don't speak French): For 21^78, you have now lost the 3!

No, there are almost 100 terms I have yet to upload. I'll do that now.

Edit: They're up now. Look at the stinking 3. Look at it!

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Old 2020-09-11, 18:30   #560
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Sorry for the French sentence, it's a false manipulation !
Yes, indeed, the 3 is there !
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OK, at the next update, I will add the base 98.

And what do you think : is it worth adding base 72 ?
But several cells may present an absurd result ?
That's up to you, but unless you are going to do the extra to supply links to valid sequences I'd recommend against adding the whole table. What about adding the table up through i=52 with a static note about the problem? The db has all the valid sequences and I'm attaching the correct ones for the ten that are invalid in the db. The top four of the attached ones are just factored through index 1. The rest are all the way to prime. So, any data retrieval can be accomplished.
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