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JF CPAP-6 11^357

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  • kraDen
    Hi, Having, belatedly, checked the doco and finding no reference to JF it occurs to me that this option is probably no supported. However as it resulted in me
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 5, 2010
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      Hi,
      Having, belatedly, checked the doco and finding no reference to JF it occurs to me that this option is probably no supported.

      However as it resulted in me announcing what pfgw, mistakenly, told me was a CPAP5 i thought I'd check.

      pfgw input of

      JF CPAP-6 11^357
      5274314062662 2760

      yields (in pfgw.log)

      11^357+5274314062662+2760+2760
      11^357+5274314062662+2760
      11^357+5274314062662
      - AP-3 (Gap 2760) -

      11^357+5274314062662+2760+2760+2760
      - AP-4 (Gap 2760) -

      11^357+5274314062662+2760+2760+2760+2760
      - AP-5 (Gap 2760) -

      - !!CPAP-5!! - (Gap 2760, base=11^357+5274314062662)

      My assumption that this option was working is based on the fact that my pfgw.log also contains things like

      11^357+4252933595270+1110+1110
      11^357+4252933595270+1110
      11^357+4252933595270+1110+1110+1110
      - AP-3 (Gap 1110) -

      11^357+4252933595270+1110+1110+1110+1110
      - AP-4 (Gap 1110) -

      11^357+4252933595270+1110+1110+1110+1110+1110
      - AP-5 (Gap 1110) -

      11^357+4252933595270+1110+2668
      - Last AP is not CPAP-5 - (Gap was 1110)
      !!But it is:
      - !!CPAP-3!! - (Gap 1110, base=11^357+4252933596380)

      Is the JF function supported?
      If so can it be fixed?
      If not Can it be?

      Cheers
      Ken
    • Jens Kruse Andersen
      ... You reported the problem in 2007: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/primeform/message/8728 The replies show that the problem is incorrect sieving
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 5, 2010
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        Ken wrote:
        > Having, belatedly, checked the doco and finding no reference to JF it
        > occurs to me that this option is probably no supported.
        >
        > However as it resulted in me announcing what pfgw, mistakenly,
        > told me was a CPAP5 i thought I'd check.

        You reported the problem in 2007:
        http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/primeform/message/8728

        The replies show that the problem is incorrect sieving reporting false factors
        and therefore not prp testing numbers which may be prime.
        I don't know whether others use JF CPAP. I don't in my own CPAP searches.

        --
        Jens Kruse Andersen
      • kraDen
        ... How soon we forget. I ve now written my own pfgw script file to do the checking so, hopefully, I won t manke the same mistake again. I note that in 2007
        Message 3 of 3 , Jul 5, 2010
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          --- In openpfgw@yahoogroups.com, "Jens Kruse Andersen" <jens.k.a@...> wrote:
          >
          > Ken wrote:
          > > Having, belatedly, checked the doco and finding no reference to JF it
          > > occurs to me that this option is probably no supported.
          > >
          > > However as it resulted in me announcing what pfgw, mistakenly,
          > > told me was a CPAP5 i thought I'd check.
          >
          > You reported the problem in 2007:
          > http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/primeform/message/8728

          How soon we forget.
          I've now written my own pfgw script file to do the checking so, hopefully, I won't manke the same mistake again.
          I note that in 2007 when I detected the problem I stated I was of the "non trusting" type. I appear to have mellowed in the intervening years.

          > The replies show that the problem is incorrect sieving reporting false factors
          > and therefore not prp testing numbers which may be prime.
          > I don't know whether others use JF CPAP. I don't in my own CPAP searches.
          >
          > --
          > Jens Kruse Andersen
          >
          Cheers
          Ken
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