Re: [PrimeNumbers] Re: 11-then-bust
- --- djbroadhurst <d.broadhurst@...> wrote:
> Phil:Oh dear. Maybe I should make some excuses. I went to see the great
> > I just love the 'SoB' abbreviation.
> You said it, not me:-)
70s band "Wigwam" last night, came home rather late, and shall we say
don't now remember exactly the contents of my mails...
> > hoping that I can sieve to ~60GIndeed they would. However these computers that are doing the sieving
> Go for it!
> But, correct me if I'm wrong,
> suppose you made it it only up to 30G.
> Then those 17 would run 3% slower?
> Sob :-)
would be otherwise completely unused, and wasting 4GHz-months is
nothing more than a crime against primality.
It's zero-cost, effectively. And even a paltry 3% saving in time for
zero cost is good VFM.
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