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Old 2016-09-05, 11:28   #122
Sergei Chernykh
 
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I've attached the list of isotopic relations together with PHP script I use to submit isotopic pairs.

P.S. I've messed up file permissions on the server today, so I had to manually restore your latest submission's log file "ap/log/2016/2016-09-05/WALKER.txt". I also double checked that all today's pairs actually made it into the database.
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Old 2016-09-05, 12:27   #123
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I've attached the list of isotopic relations together with PHP script I use to submit isotopic pairs.

P.S. I've messed up file permissions on the server today, so I had to manually restore your latest submission's log file "ap/log/2016/2016-09-05/WALKER.txt". I also double checked that all today's pairs actually made it into the database.
Thanks Sergei! It gave an error message when I submitted them today but I saw the log
files were there in the usual place.
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Old 2017-06-29, 09:49   #124
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I've just added the record pair I mentioned, it took a few days to recover it as I had a record
of the input that produced it but not of the actual pair!

The pair has been submitted to both databases

It's 43145 digits.

Andrew
The record has been beaten: it's 56250 digits for the largest known amicable pair now!
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Old 2017-07-02, 02:48   #125
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The record has been beaten: it's 56250 digits for the largest known amicable pair now!
Congrats whoever found this! I was looking for a while for large pairs but
had little luck so have been trying a few things with the gaussian pairs lately.

Andrew

PS Ok I see it was Paul, well done!

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