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Old 2014-11-07, 23:19   #4
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If you complete a 55M exponent with a non-zero error code, it will take several years before you find out if the result actually had a problem.

If the potential error is immediately handed back out (as a first time check) with high priority, you get a confirmation of yea-or-nay within a couple of months.

This is the reason I like to run a mix of DC and LL. I want to keep the DC train rolling, but I want to put my fast hardware to work on the harder assignments too. The added assurance of a constant flow of correct DC residues gives me more confidence in my LL results.
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