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Old 2005-08-21, 20:09   #23
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Taking 321to324.txt
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Old 2005-08-22, 00:50   #24
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312-315 complete, no primes.
Taking 324-327
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Old 2005-08-22, 16:35   #25
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309-312 complete, no primes.
Taking 327-330
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Old 2005-08-23, 17:54   #26
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Found a prime:
355424355 328396

Just under 100k digits at 98866 digits.
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Old 2005-08-24, 15:38   #27
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327-330 is now complete with the one prime reported earlier
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Old 2005-08-24, 15:57   #28
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321to324 Done No primes found

Taking :

330to333.txt
333to336.txt

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Old 2005-08-24, 17:39   #29
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300to306 completed, no primes found
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reserving 336to339.txt
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Old 2005-08-25, 09:02   #31
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324-327 done, no primes.
Reserving 339 to 360
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Old 2005-08-26, 11:11   #32
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Two primes found in the 318-321k range:
355424355*2^318718-1
355424355*2^320339-1

It's running on and off on a slow machine and it's not complete yet.

Also taking 360-363.
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Old 2005-08-26, 19:13   #33
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336to339 completed, no primes found

BTW: How to check if specific prime found by LLR is a "special" prime, eg. Sophie Germain? Is there any software to check it

BTW2: The similar question applies to checking the lenght of a given prime - bear in mind that I only have MS Calculator

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