The Zen of Lotto: Lotto, Zen, Computers, Life, Math, the Universe, Programming, and Everything with the Occasional War Story Thrown in - A Robust Set of Lotto Code Evaluation Tools, Etc. DC Treybil

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Published: June 10th 2015

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The Zen of Lotto: Lotto, Zen, Computers, Life, Math, the Universe, Programming, and Everything with the Occasional War Story Thrown in - A Robust Set of Lotto Code Evaluation Tools, Etc.  by  DC Treybil

The Zen of Lotto: Lotto, Zen, Computers, Life, Math, the Universe, Programming, and Everything with the Occasional War Story Thrown in - A Robust Set of Lotto Code Evaluation Tools, Etc. by DC Treybil
June 10th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: | 9.56 Mb

The Zen of Lotto and its associated materials were written by an avid hobbyist for use by other avid hobbyists.The included tools and instructions show you how to quickly evaluate your latest greatest idea for selecting winning lotto combinations.MoreThe Zen of Lotto and its associated materials were written by an avid hobbyist for use by other avid hobbyists.The included tools and instructions show you how to quickly evaluate your latest greatest idea for selecting winning lotto combinations.You dont have to be a professional programmer or a math professor to use these materials, but you need some ability in both areas or an interest in learning about them.If youre bright enough to crank up your programming environment and access (or create) a project file, you can most likely benefit from using the materials in this eBook.If youre a seasoned salty-dog programmer, you can benefit too.To decide if The Zen of Lotto is for you, take full advantage of the free sample.

The free sample includes material well into chapter 3. You can access two of the thirteen demo apps in the foreword. In Chapter 3, you can access a complete set of project files for one of the demo apps and also its hefty on-line sample code.Check out the outline of the Table of Contents. Yes! The Table of Contents is sufficiently large that I made an outline for it! The full Table of Contents has over 500 headings.All text headings, illustrations, and code samples listed in the Table of Contents are hyperlinked in both directions.

Try it in the free sample. This makes for convenient navigation of the eBook.Chapter 1 gives a complete, detailed description of what you get with the eBook. It tells you how to use the eBook and related materials. Hints for navigating this eBook are covered. This catalog description is only a start compared to Chapter 1.Chapter 2 is motivational infotainment.

Between the narrative in the Foreword and the materials in Chapter 2, you know what to expect from the book.With the complete eBook you get thirteen demo applications and the project files for those demos.In all there are 60 unique code samples with 12,000 lines about a megabyte in volume. All this code has been extensively exercised and its output evaluated. It builds error free (of course!) and almost warning free, except for some warnings about deprecated functions in VC++.

Chapter 1 has information related to these deprecated functions.Access to all demos, project files and sample code is easy and is provided at no charge. Its included in the eBook purchase price. Very little, if any, typing will be required to use the sample code and project files.Im estimating the eBook to represent around 1,000 pages of text.

About half is sample code listing, and the other half is supporting discussion.Over a dozen GUI-based demo apps are available with full documentation. You can see what the app does and you can see the code that does it. Early on, all code is documented on a line-by-line basis. Also, early on, the discussion of the math is largely interspersed with discussion of the code that does the math.Speaking of math .

. . There is just a smattering of material in the eBook about logarithms. Theres a bit more material related to Fibonacci. Sad to say, no Fourier. I must confess, Fourier eludes me, try as I might. Interest of the prospective mathematically inclined reader may be piqued by this. Also, interest of any prospective readers wishing to further their math skills may be piqued a bit.So what youre looking for is most likely in there.

You may have to wade through some stuff youre not interested in at the moment, but how can THAT be avoided with adequate coverage?Ill tout my treatment of profiles as an example. If youre seasoned in coding and reading profiles, you can skip the entire related chapter.



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