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Old 2013-10-17, 12:26   #1
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Wow! It's been forever since I've last been on here. I've been testing a bunch of numbers, and I haven't been sharing them. To rectify that, I've uploaded my entire results directory to github. Here's the link. Most of the results are in YAML format. It should be relatively easy to go through. The files include ranges, primes, and any twins.

A few other notes: I have completed all ks from 10544201-10544299 except 10544249 to n=100k and as such I am releasing those ks. I have completed 10544249 to n=1M with no further primes, and I am also releasing that k. I have completed 10549 and 10967 to around n=372k. I will continue those ks to n=400k.

I would also like to reserve all 10th RPS Drive ks for n<400k.

Folder 100-200K includes all primes for ks from 100-200k for n<100, and a stepladder-like progression for those ks without primes, all the way to n=10k. Folder 2145k includes 2145k ks with indices 2336-2441. They have been completed to n=41k.

I hope this isn't too disruptive. I'll try to be more active here in the future. Thank you.

Alexander
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Old 2013-10-20, 18:09   #2
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I'm sorry, but the format of the range-resultfiles and the count of files are too much to download each other.
Do you have a zipped file of all of them them?
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Old 2013-10-20, 19:15   #3
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You do realize there's a link on the site to download a ZIP file, right? Anyway, here it is.
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