Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #715, comment 244


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09/06/12 09:11:05 (7 years ago)
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  • Ticket #715, comment 244

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    1111then `sage -t` passes. A precomputation in `range(1,90)` or `range(1,50)` or `range(2,100)` works as well. But if the precomputation runs in `range(1,100)` or `range(2,101)` or `range(1,110)`, then there is signal 11.
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    13 Hence, it really seems that we located the culprit - although I have no idea whatsoever as to what is happening here. It seems that there is no error, if we precompute at most 98 values, but if we have 99 or more precomputed value then there is signal 11.
     13Hence, it really seems that we located the culprit - although I have no idea whatsoever as to what is happening here. It seems that there is no error, if we precompute at most 98 values, but if we have 99 or more precomputed values then there is signal 11.
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    1515Any idea what to try next?