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Old 2014-09-06, 07:06   #6
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Good catch! Those are all TF factors. They are a bit below 2^74, and many have huge (HUGE!) values for B2, so they can't be P-1 factors. I think we just witnessed the "TF factor recorded as P-1 factor" bug in action. This bug will not bother anymore in the future, James just said he solved it and it is confirmed as solved, see some posts from today in a parallel thread.

I think the poor guy was separating the "factor" lines from "no factor" lines (I used to do this long time ago too, as I was recording the factors I found) and send them separate, therefore if it is no "no factor" line in the file, all the factors were recorded as P-1.

Mystery solved...

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