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garambois 2022-09-29 16:46

@chalsall :
I'm really sorry, but not being an English speaker, I don't understand the purpose of your posts, because I use machine translation and I don't know enough English.
I don't understand what you mean.
Please, could you explain your requests or demands ?
Thank you.

Happy5214 2022-09-29 17:41

[QUOTE=garambois;614526]@chalsall :
I'm really sorry, but not being an English speaker, I don't understand the purpose of your posts, because I use machine translation and I don't know enough English.
I don't understand what you mean.
Please, could you explain your requests or demands ?
Thank you.[/QUOTE]

It's not a language issue. I'm a native speaker, and even I'm lost.

VBCurtis 2022-09-29 19:02

[QUOTE=garambois;614526]@chalsall :
I'm really sorry, but not being an English speaker, I don't understand the purpose of your posts, [/QUOTE]

user chalsall likes to drop in on threads with topics he is not especially conversant, either to give an oddly worded "thumbs up" or "good job" with no context, or he composes some vague parallel to his experience in coding or network administration. If you cannot make sense of his posts, chances are high it's one of these two categories and can be ignored.

Unfortunately, asking him what he's on about often leads to some sort of confrontation- he thinks it's a game, sometimes to the point of receiving a temporary ban from the forum. If you pretend he's talking to himself when he's not a central part of the thread conversation, you're likely to have the right idea.

garambois 2022-09-29 19:54

@Happy and Curtis :
Thank you for your explanations !

LaurV 2022-09-30 05:47

[QUOTE=VBCurtis;614534]....[/QUOTE]
:lol:

SuikaPredator 2022-09-30 10:14

[QUOTE=SuikaPredator;614329]A small update on my recent progress after Sep.14:

The updated sequences are 233^4,233^8,233^16,233^24,233^28,233^48,(and 233^67)

Detailed information for these exponents are attached (but probably useless)

I'm currently doing some benchmark using the C140 and C148 from 233^67.

Sequence 233^67 should probably terminate after 3 days on my machine.

After that I will get back to (previously reserved) opposite parity work for base 233.[/QUOTE]

233^67 terminated, back to work:cool:

Happy5214 2022-10-03 22:10

A couple of notes (probably to Karsten) about the main data page HTML syntax:[list=1][*]The angle bracket in "term <145 digits" needs to be escaped as [c]&lt;[/c].[*]There are duplicate closing tags at the end of line 115 (the merged sequence example).[/list]

RichD 2022-10-04 14:54

I'm starting another run of initializations. Bases 353 and 359 can be added at the next update.

kar_bon 2022-10-05 11:32

[url='http://factordb.com/sequences.php?se=1&aq=65^66&action=last20']65^66[/url] terminates in the amicable pair (635624,712216) after ~1300 more lines.

EdH 2022-10-05 12:06

Excellent! Another cycle found!

garambois 2022-10-05 12:22

Wow !
And on top of that, the cycle is not ordinary !


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