Posted by Ion Saliu on October 10, 2000.
In Reply to: To Ion: Lotto6 from 50 to 54 balls posted by MBoggs on October 09, 2000.
: Two months ago, the lottery here in Texas went from 50 to 54 lotto balls. Is there something I need to do in order to take this change into account in the program between the 2 types of datasets? Or do I treat them both identically?
• Always change the data file for the new format (54 numbers, in your case). Backup the old Data-6 file first, if you want to keep it. Next, generate a SIM-6 file for the new format (54 lotto numbers, generate 4200 combinations). Then, start typing the real 54-number drawings in a new Data-6 file.
Nothing works properly if you mix lotto formats in the data files...
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