David Broadhurst wrote:
> Jens: The primary site is
> You chanced on an out-of-date japanese mirror.
Thanks. That makes it 0 for 2 in my first post:
Out-of-date pi record and out-of-date Fibonacci reference.
Blasted Internet! Of course it should be blamed and not me :-)
The only new factorizations below F(1000) on the primary site are F(877) and
F(911). None of these are solutions to the given problem.
I have submitted the new solutions to the EIS.
> In Mathematica,
> FactorInteger[Fib[i]]; t = ""; Map[strng,
> String manipulation...where's the fun in that? ;-)
Where's the fun in calling FactorInteger and doing string manipulation? ;-)
If you really want fun, write your own factorization program!
If you want a minor challenge (probably more tedious than challenging) then
work on the compressed format for F(1001) to F(9999). F(even number) is not
trivial to put together.
Jens Kruse Andersen