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Old 2019-08-16, 20:16   #23
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Originally Posted by pinhodecarlos View Post
I can cover transport to Cambridge, love the city but hate the office there.
Transport from California? That is especially generous of you!
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Old 2019-08-16, 20:27   #24
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Originally Posted by xilman View Post
Transport from California? That is especially generous of you!
From Milton Keynes although I havenโ€™t checked if I won the Euro millions.
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Old 2019-08-29, 14:46   #25
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Originally Posted by R.D. Silverman View Post
Total Non-sequitur. I can't imagine why one might think my question about the internal
ALGORITHM has anything to do with how the code is compiled.
Not entirely sure what prompted this rude reply. But GMP-ECM, when linked against the gwnum library, will auto-detect some numbers of the form k*b^n+c and k*b^n-c and automatically use the faster gwnum_ecmStage1(), at least in some cases.
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