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  • d.broadhurst@open.ac.uk
    Norman Luhn has posted 109267227191*2500#+10531091 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (1) 109267227191*2500#+10531093 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (2)
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 2, 2001
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      Norman Luhn has posted

      109267227191*2500#+10531091 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (1)
      109267227191*2500#+10531093 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (2)
      109267227191*2500#+10531097 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (3)
      109267227191*2500#+10531099 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (4)

      which cannot be proven by pfgw.

      I trust that the code, p41, includes Titanix or VFYPR or
      some such post-BLS proving code.

      David
    • Chris Caldwell
      David, Didn t he recently announce he had done these with Titanix? I should have probably added Titanx to the p41 code already. Annie says that there is
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 2, 2001
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        David,


        Didn't he recently announce he had done these with Titanix?
        I should have probably added Titanx to the p41 code already.
        Annie says that "there is always tomorrow, tomorrow..."

        Chris

        On Thu, 2 Aug 2001 d.broadhurst@... wrote:

        > Norman Luhn has posted
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        > 109267227191*2500#+10531091 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (1)
        > 109267227191*2500#+10531093 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (2)
        > 109267227191*2500#+10531097 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (3)
        > 109267227191*2500#+10531099 1068 p41 01 Prime Quadruplet (4)
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        > which cannot be proven by pfgw.
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        > I trust that the code, p41, includes Titanix or VFYPR or
        > some such post-BLS proving code.
        >
        > David
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      • d.broadhurst@open.ac.uk
        Chris Caldwell wrote ... Yes, Chris, I now see that Norman indeed mentioned that he was intending to run Titanix. See
        Message 3 of 3 , Aug 2, 2001
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          Chris Caldwell wrote
          > David,
          > Didn't he recently announce he had done these with Titanix?
          > I should have probably added Titanx to the p41 code already.
          Yes, Chris, I now see that Norman indeed mentioned that he
          was intending to run Titanix. See
          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/primenumbers/message/2010
          But given that he didn't credit Tx on Tony's pages,
          I hope that he does so on yours.
          David
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