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Old 2004-01-28, 20:04   #78
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anyone interested in seeing some slightly more detailed nofactor data for 25-79.3M exponents can view my charts for the past 4 nofactor files at
http://www.geocities.com/tommyzink/g...0000_79299999/
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Old 2004-01-28, 21:30   #79
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Tom,
That is an excellent chart! Thanks.
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Old 2004-02-07, 23:08   #80
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my latest chart for the new nofactor file is loacted at http://www.geocities.com/tommyzink/g...004_02_07.html for anyone interested
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Old 2004-02-09, 00:44   #81
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Code:
Bits  Exponents (02/07/2004)
58       122864 (-2905)
59       256046 (-36241)
60       767810 (34861)
61       101410 (-5651)
62        90895 (6319)
63        15807 (1719)
64         4910 (66)
65            9
66          280 (30)
67           70 (33)
68        10680 (345)
69           50
70            9
71            6
72           19 (1)
73            0
74            1
---------------

Total   1370866 (-1423)
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Old 2004-02-09, 02:23   #82
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Just a FYI:

If you don't like the box the forum puts around the code tag, use the [ pre ] tag...

[pre]Bits Exponents (02/07/2004)
58 122864 (-2905)
59 256046 (-36241)
60 767810 (34861)
61 101410 (-5651)
62 90895 (6319)
63 15807 (1719)
64 4910 (66)
65 9
66 280 (30)
67 70 (33)
68 10680 (345)
69 50
70 9
71 6
72 19 (1)
73 0
74 1
---------------

Total 1370866 (-1423)[/pre]
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Old 2004-02-10, 00:57   #83
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[pre]
I'm not too crazy about the box, but it doesn't hurt as long as the message
is not so long that it scrolls inside.
On the other hand, I like the double-spaced look of the <pre> tag even
less. Does everyone see this post as double-spaced?
[/pre]
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Old 2004-02-10, 01:36   #84
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 1997rj7
[pre]
I'm not too crazy about the box, but it doesn't hurt as long as the message
is not so long that it scrolls inside.
On the other hand, I like the double-spaced look of the <pre> tag even
less. Does everyone see this post as double-spaced?
[/pre]
I do (on IE6), but when I put a [ pre ] [ /pre ] tag on every line I end up with this, which looks right to me.
[pre]Bits Exponents (02/07/2004)[/pre]
[pre]58 122864 (-2905)[/pre]
[pre]59 256046 (-36241)[/pre]
[pre]60 767810 (34861)[/pre]
[pre]61 101410 (-5651)[/pre]
[pre]62 90895 (6319)[/pre]
[pre]63 15807 (1719)[/pre]
[pre]64 4910 (66)[/pre]
[pre]65 9[/pre]
[pre]66 280 (30)[/pre]
[pre]67 70 (33)[/pre]
[pre]68 10680 (345)[/pre]
[pre]69 50[/pre]
[pre]70 9[/pre]
[pre]71 6[/pre]
[pre]72 19 (1)[/pre]
[pre]73 0[/pre]
[pre]74 1[/pre]
[pre]---------------[/pre]

[pre]Total 1370866 (-1423)[/pre]

This is obviously tedious by hand, but a program could easily add the necessary tags to every line. The entry in the FAQ about the [ pre ] tag had a different solution, but I couldn't get it to work. http://www.mersenneforum.org/misc.php?do=bbcode#pre
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Old 2004-02-10, 07:24   #85
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Quote:
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[pre]
Does everyone see this post as double-spaced?
[/pre]
Not with IE4.
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Old 2004-02-10, 13:34   #86
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Quote:
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[pre]
Does everyone see this post as double-spaced?
[/pre]
Yes (with IE6)
No (with IE5).
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Old 2004-02-13, 00:19   #87
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Quote:
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Yes (with IE6)
No (with IE5).
No with Mozilla 1.6
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Old 2004-02-16, 01:07   #88
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Code:
Bits  Exponents (02/15/2004)
58       121917 (-947)
59       224426 (-31620)
60       797785 (29975)
61       101267 (-143)
62        92317 (1422)
63        16179 (372)
64         4912 (2)
65            9
66          326 (46)
67           70
68        10945 (265)
69           50
70            9
71            7 (1)
72           19
73            0
74            1
---------------

Total   1370239 (-627)
Well, I guess I'll stick with the box for now, for the benefit of all the poor IE6 users.
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