This post was "intended" for prime pages, oh well ;).
PFGW is PrimeFormGW You can get a copy of it on yahoogroups in the
primeform group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/primeform
As for bc, it is the GNUish bc for Win32.
At 06:52 PM 2/25/01 -0600, you wrote:
>Thanks for your message.
>>> I had found: 516,662,687,714,771,932,944,1061
>> I wrote a simple bc script, and a program to "fix" the bc output into
>> input readable by pfgw, and ran the whole range up to 2000 (took
>> about an hour of P133 time). Here are the remaining results up to
>> 2000 (prp only)
>> Note 1969 is 847 digits, so we are still not in the titanic range ;)
>Are you saying the next after 1061 is 1281?
Correct, then the next prime of this form is 1352, ... I searched up to
n=2000 and the above were what I found (only prp tested btw).
>Pardon my ignorance but is pfgw a windows program? If so where can I get
>it? (since you mention bc I'm thinking maybe you have linux on your
>P133, or is there windows bc?).