Posted by Klitser M on May 21, 2001.
In Reply to: Automatic and user-controlled filters in lotto, lottery software posted by Ion Saliu on May 21, 2001.
Sorry, Ion. I meant "Lotwin 32" rather than "-won." A slip of a vowel.
: • I don’t get it. Isn’t LotWon my software? Isn’t it freeware without time limitations? Who else has the right to offer it for a “free” two-week trial?
: You are talking about built-in filters. LotWon lottery software uses some considered to be automatic. The standard deviation is the key in determining the automatic built-in filters. For example: the combinations outside a normal sum-total range are discarded of.
: The external filters are a lot more effective. You want lotto wheels? You can use the “basic” MDIEditor and Lotto. Look at the “Any” filters I presented in my reply above (to BigJer’s post). Want “3 of 6” lottery wheels? Set “Any-6” to 3. In a case like the line #3, you’ll be guaranteed at least one “3 of 6”. Beware that such situations are rare. The good news is that the program will not generate any lotto combinations in most cases.
Resources in Lotto, Lottery Software, Wheeling.
See a comprehensive directory of the pages and materials on the subject of lottery, lotto, software, systems, and wheels. The link is displayed in a new window. If the page content is of interest to you, copy-and-paste to that lottery page of yours: SaliuLottery.txt or something similar. Copy as much as you can in that text file. By editing that page in your own words will result in a very effective lottery manual.