(In reply to
Only Base 10 by brianjn)
Charlie posted at the same time as me but reached the server first.
I note that for our base 10 values we are in agreement with just one value, that for NULL at 4.
NULL ONE FOUR FIVE SIX NINE
Charlie 4 12 6 15 42 3
brianjn 4 17 7 35 64 11
To arrive at each of my tallies (and the value sets in my prior comment) I used QuickBASIC and a program listing emulating a format that Charlie frequent uses on Perplexus.
I have taken my list (from prior comment) into Excel to check that the first column is in fact half that of the second. Cursory inspection of my values seems that except where a specific letter is duplicated all other values for the Two and the Total are unique.
I shall not present all listings but this is tha one I used for SIX.
OPEN "six.txt" FOR OUTPUT AS #1
count = 0
CLS
FOR t = 1 TO 9
IF used(t) = 0 THEN
used(t) = 1
FOR w = 0 TO 9
IF used(w) = 0 THEN
used(w) = 1
FOR o = 1 TO 9
IF used(o) = 0 THEN
used(o) = 1
FOR s = 1 TO 9
IF used(s) = 0 THEN
used(s) = 1
FOR i = 0 TO 9
IF used(i) = 0 THEN
used(i) = 1
FOR x = 0 TO 9
IF used(x) = 0 THEN
used(x) = 1
two = t * 100 + w * 10 + o
six = s * 100 + i * 10 + x
IF six = 2 * two THEN
count = count + 1
PRINT #1, two; six; count
PRINT two; six; count
END IF
used(x) = 0
END IF
NEXT
used(i) = 0
END IF
NEXT
used(s) = 0
END IF
NEXT
used(o) = 0
END IF
NEXT
used(w) = 0
END IF
NEXT
used(t) = 0
END IF
NEXT
CLOSE 1

Posted by brianjn
on 20100411 23:06:51 