Entry numbers

Rod ID: 3571201 Posts: 11
29 Jun 2018 01:09 AM

Nice days to all.

I have a question. I received several entry numbers but two are iquals.

¿This is normal?

Thanks!

Tristan Olive ID: 22 Posts: 294
29 Jun 2018 01:42 AM

Hi Rod -- your entry numbers are actually a range of numbers, which may be a bit confusing. Take the following entry numbers as an example:

100,180,800 - 100,182,300

This means the same as having:

100,180,800
100,180,801
100,180,802
...
100,182,299
100,182,300

This is actually 1500 entry numbers, expressed as a range. I wonder if it would be more clear without all of the commas...?

Rod ID: 3571201 Posts: 11
29 Jun 2018 02:14 AM

Ok, following your explaination,

¿it is works over an cyclic list of numbers?

Whoever, I think could be better using an "n dash" between both extremes, like (following your example):

100-100

180-182

800-300

Tell me if I did got it. (Excuse me about my english by the way)

Matt ID: 44 Posts: 233
29 Jun 2018 02:21 AM

I think what Tristan is saying is that you have 1500 entry numbers. (*These numbers are consecutive.)

Your first entry number is 100,180,800  (*in some countries, this would be written as 100.180.800).

Your last entry number is 100,182,300.

And you have all the numbers in between. (*for 1500 numbers, total)

Rod ID: 3571201 Posts: 11
29 Jun 2018 02:48 AM

Myyy God!!

I got it!!

Is a huge number! I did not see it even in front mi eyes!!

Ok, my mistake!

Thanks Tristan and Matt.

Rod ID: 3571201 Posts: 11
29 Jun 2018 03:05 AM

Yeah, around here we use the dot or period (.) to separate thousands. So, i think it is not realy a problem Tristan. Thanks again.

Matt ID: 44 Posts: 233
29 Jun 2018 03:07 AM

Good luck ~

Rod ID: 3571201 Posts: 11
19 Oct 2018 05:07 PM

Hello!!

Ican' see the draw numbers list! May one help please.

Tristan Olive ID: 22 Posts: 294
19 Oct 2018 08:52 PM

Fixed -- thanks for the catch, Rod.