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• Hi! My name is Flavio. First of all I must apologize for my bad English. I m a hoobyst programmer and I m learning JAVA programming language. As an exercise
Message 1 of 6 , Feb 24, 2012
Hi!

My name is Flavio.

First of all I must apologize for my bad English.

I'm a hoobyst programmer and I'm learning JAVA programming language.

As an exercise I'm calculating the first primes small primes checking my
results with sites that offers such lists.

My first 50 million primes maches the Prime Page's first fifty million
primes (http://primes.utm.edu/lists/small/millions/) , and my first 474
million primes matches those at Mr Everett's page (
http://www.mrteverett.com/numbers/primes/)

The largest list I've found is at BIGprimes.net with one billion and four
hundred million primes, but I will have to process the htmlpages in order
to transform it in a sequential file to compare the results.

Yesterday I finished the 1 billion fist primes lists and I am computing the
first 3 billion list.

All programas to compute series are mine, using only standard Java clases,
and I use my old desktop computer to find the results.

As I believe I won't find largers lists at internet, I'll verify the
results using primality tests.

It's nice to be here.

Flavio Mattos,
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

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• Hello Flavio, welcome ! -- Norman ________________________________ Von: Flavio Mattos An: primenumbers@yahoogroups.com Gesendet:
Message 2 of 6 , Feb 25, 2012
Hello Flavio,
welcome !
--

Norman

________________________________
Von: Flavio Mattos <flavio.mattos@...>
Gesendet: 20:13 Freitag, 24.Februar 2012

Hi!

My name is Flavio.

First of all I must apologize for my bad English.

I'm a hoobyst programmer and I'm learning JAVA programming language.

As an exercise I'm calculating the first primes small primes checking my
results with sites that offers such lists.

My first 50 million primes maches the Prime Page's first fifty million
primes (http://primes.utm.edu/lists/small/millions/) , and my first 474
million primes matches those at Mr Everett's page (
http://www.mrteverett.com/numbers/primes/)

The largest list I've found is at BIGprimes.net with one billion and four
hundred million primes, but I will have to process the htmlpages in order
to transform it in a sequential file to compare the results.

Yesterday I finished the 1 billion fist primes lists and I am computing the
first 3 billion list.

All programas to compute series are mine, using only standard Java clases,
and I use my old desktop computer to find the results.

As I believe I won't find largers lists at internet, I'll verify the
results using primality tests.

It's nice to be here.

Flavio Mattos,
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

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