# Re: Random Ideas

"Nimo" <azeez541@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Case:1
'Pi' is a great number and universal known
constant, a simple program to write Pi for
millions of digits is great and with our compressing
data and with the help Pi
'is there any way we can do any thing ?'

I'm thinking about that........?

Why don't you try some tests.
Write a simple program to generate short random number
sequences. After generating a sequence your code should
look through the digits of Pi to see where this sequence occurs.
Note how many digits are needed to describe the position,
and see if this is more or fewer digits than are in the sequence.

Pete

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