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Old 2014-05-14, 04:45   #5
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"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
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OK, I guess I need some more education...

Why would you only search for merges less than your number? In the case of 154548, I find it as the smallest in a family that includes over 50 sequences below 1M:

156018, 156030, 165210, 179886, 231366, 231378, 236370, 237846, 241206, 244146, 258606, 272514, 307614, 310218, 313314, 313998, 316182, 316194, 322194, 322206. 325362, 330978, 330990, 338128, 378126, 394848, 410832, 423870, 464308, 498836, 516228, 558498, 558510, 602130, 612930, 688332, 697026, 698300, 704814, 759312, 762546, 781986, 811362, 817228, 822594, 843054, 858174, 867666, 867678, 870148, 886276, 945328, 997666

154548 and all the above show their last lines equal in the db. Couldn't any one of the above numbers have been worked by someone, who did not realize they were also working 154548?
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