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Old 2004-07-07, 00:25   #1
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Default Should we stop at k=249?

As you might all know we have three sites with the same info or at least some work that crosses over.
PrimeSearch start at n=251 and I think most of the work has been done already. or they are actively doing it.
Let me know what you think?

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Old 2004-07-09, 20:23   #2
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I think you should stop at 249. There are plenty of things to search for without needless duplication of effort.

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Old 2004-07-10, 13:31   #3
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I think you should stop at 249. There are plenty of things to search for without needless duplication of effort.

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Exactly! And I see that much of the work has been by you anyway.
If we decide to do it, we should at least start from where Primesearch as left off. What I find disapointing in primesearch is that you can not reserve range higher than what they have assigned. Oh well, we'll wait and see what others have to say.

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