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Old 2012-01-30, 01:46   #67
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I've just uploaded my program AliquoGraph (90 kByte):

It can create graph files for Graphviz from aliquot sequences as a tree starting from a given value.

Please read the usage and some notes. Included are also 2 example files for testing.

For errors and suggestions, post here or PM me.

Thanks.
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Old 2012-01-30, 03:21   #68
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I've just uploaded my program AliquoGraph (90 kByte):

It can create graph files for Graphviz from aliquot sequences as a tree starting from a given value.

Please read the usage and some notes. Included are also 2 example files for testing.

For errors and suggestions, post here or PM me.

Thanks.
thanks this may save me a a lot of find commands though Syd has something that just needs the click-ability I think.
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Old 2012-01-30, 03:28   #69
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I've just uploaded my program AliquoGraph (90 kByte):

It can create graph files for Graphviz from aliquot sequences as a tree starting from a given value.

Please read the usage and some notes. Included are also 2 example files for testing.

For errors and suggestions, post here or PM me.

Thanks.
I got the one for 3 working but if I tried 7 it didn't work on my end. I also tried 5 ( stupidly), 11, and 13, with no success. edit: doh didn't read enough.

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Old 2012-01-30, 16:24   #70
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Why does it say "Lua5.1.dll is missing"?
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Old 2012-01-30, 16:32   #71
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I've just updated the zip for AliquoGraph, missed 2 DLLs.

I should not post that late again.

Please download that zip again. Sorry.
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Old 2012-01-30, 16:58   #72
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I've just updated the zip for AliquoGraph, missed 2 DLLs.

I should not post that late again.

Please download that zip again. Sorry.
thank's now everything I try has worked. I was thinking of making a script in PARI to make it send commands to it for each prime but alas I can't get it to work.
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thank's now everything I try has worked. I was thinking of making a script in PARI to make it send commands to it for each prime but alas I can't get it to work.
think I found a way around that made a pari script to make a a list of -p <prime> less <primelimit> once that's done I paste it into the aliquograph and it may make every file for those primes. edit: proceeding with letting it copy the list as we speak ( up to 242,000 + already).

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update: I'm done to primelimit ( 500509) wonder if I should get winzip the compressed folder told me about an hour to make it
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Use 7-Zip. It's open-source. Winzip isn't.
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Use 7-Zip. It's open-source. Winzip isn't.
I'll get it then, how many is the limit it can zip of 1 kb files I have over 41000 of them. factoring the limit of the forum upload I get about 43 files to upload them all.

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I don't know, but I know 64-bit can do more than 32-bit. The help file says it can compress files as big as 16 billion GB (7z format) and the compression speed is at least 1 MB/s. If you can't get it into 1 archive, split it into seperate archives containing 10000 files each (except the last one, which should have 11000)

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