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Re: Celebrate Odd Day today!
On Fri, Nov 19, 1999 at 11:06:13AM -0500, Mike Harrelson wrote:
> =====================Forwarded Message:
> The numerical format for Wednesday was 11-17-1999. All of the digits are
> The last Odd day in our lifetime is today 11-19-1999.
But!!! 11 and 17 are also prime. I checked bc and got:
[[email protected] will]$ bc
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This is free software with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
For details type `warranty'.
13 * 153
1999 / 13
I _think_ 1999 is prime (because 2000 is smooth). There's a special
place in hell for whoever figured that no-one uses /usr/games/primes
and left it out of Mandrake.
> Hmm. . . maybe I too much free time. ;-)
Am I thinking so Yes, hmm.
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