Posted by Karl Malmberg on December 27, 2000.
In Reply to: Legal issues of team programming lottery software, lotto software posted by Ion Saliu on December 26, 2000.
I tell you what. Sometimes like the proverbial alchemist, I am in a good enough mood that I'll freely make clear the purposefully veiled references since someone obviously has to go first. You give the impression of having an honest character, so I'll lay out what I have found empirically, and I'll trust your character to "cut me in" if this information has profit potential. If it's not worthy then let's agree not to make it public anyway, to spare me any embarassment and also because often one learns more from mistakes than from successes! Bear in mind that I am not a programmer, but rather I utilize linear and nonlinear regression/extrapolation software as part of my job/schooling and hobbies. So please keep the techno-jargon to a layman's level.
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