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Number Combination Slasher 4 - Part I
Command-based Reduction System for PICK 4 games

Number Combination Slasher 4 - Part II
Command-based Reduction System for PICK 4 games

Number Combination Slasher 4 - Part III
Command-based Reduction System for PICK 4 games
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Number Combination Slasher 4 - Part IV
Command-based Reduction System for PICK 4 games

FILTER FUNCTIONS I
The most important part of the reduction is the use of filters. For simplicity reasons we show the filter selections as SELECT picking only numbers that fit the selection. Every command is also available as UNSELECT which means that numbers that fit the selection will be eliminated. Also similar filters are grouped together to reduce explanation redundancy.

Following you will find the list of all Filter Functions:

[SELECT KEYS]
[SELECT KEYS A]
[SELECT KEYS B]
[SELECT KEYS C]
[SELECT KEYS D]
These filters look for digits or key numbers within the number. Your choices can be picked from the 10 possible digits; 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9.

While the first selection looks for digits within the entire number, the four additional commands are looking only in a certain position: A is the first position, B is the second position, C is the third position and D is the last position in a Pick 4 number.

[SELECT NUMBERS]
[SELECT NUMBERS BOXED]
These filters compare the input with the list of numbers you are filtering from and keep only the ones that are in the compare list. The first choice looks at numbers straight the second one compares all possible boxed numbers (24 for Singles, 12 for Doubles etc). The possible entries are all numbers from 0000 up to 9999.

[SELECT LIST 1]
[SELECT LIST 2]
[SELECT LIST 3]
[SELECT LIST 4]

[SELECT LIST 1 BOXED]
[SELECT LIST 2 BOXED]
[SELECT LIST 3 BOXED]
[SELECT LIST 4 BOXED]
Similar to the filters before here your current list compared with a different numbers list. The first four choices look at numbers straight the BOXED versions compare all possible boxed numbers (24 for Singles, 12 for Doubles etc). There are no additional entries needed for this selection.

[SELECT OCCURRENCE]
[SELECT OCCURRENCE BOXED]
These filters allow you select numbers depending on how often they occur within the list. The first command looks at the numbers straight, the second one looks the numbers boxed (counting the numbers in all boxed possibilities). Entries are numbers starting with 1 such as 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12..

[SELECT PAIRS]
[SELECT PAIRS AB]
[SELECT PAIRS AC]
[SELECT PAIRS AD]
[SELECT PAIRS BC]
[SELECT PAIRS BD]
[SELECT PAIRS CD]
These filters look for pairs of digits within the number. Your choices can be picked from the 100 possible pairs form 00 to 99.

While the first selection looks for pairs within the entire number, the 6 additional commands are looking only in a certain positions: e.g. AB relates to the first and second position, CD to the third and last position.

[SELECT PAIRS BOXED]
[SELECT PAIRS AB BOXED]
[SELECT PAIRS AC BOXED]
[SELECT PAIRS AD BOXED]
[SELECT PAIRS BC BOXED]
[SELECT PAIRS BD BOXED]
[SELECT PAIRS CD BOXED]
While the previous filter looked at straight pairs (e.g. 13 being different from 31) these choices do not, meaning e.g. 13 and 31 are the count as the same boxed pair.

[SELECT TRIPLETS]
[SELECT TRIPLETS ABC]
[SELECT TRIPLETS ABD]
[SELECT TRIPLETS ACD]
[SELECT TRIPLETS BCD]
These filters look for triplets of digits within the number. Your choices can be picked from the 1000 possible pairs form 000 to 999.

While the first selection looks for at four triplets possible within the entire number, the 4 additional commands are looking only in a certain positions: e.g. ABC relates to the first, second and third position, BCD to the second, third and last position.

[SELECT TRIPLETS BOXED]
[SELECT TRIPLETS ABC BOXED]
[SELECT TRIPLETS ABD BOXED]
[SELECT TRIPLETS ACD BOXED]
[SELECT TRIPLETS BCD BOXED]
While the previous filter looked at straight triplets (e.g. 123 being different from 132, 213, 231, 312 and 321) these choices do not, meaning all six options in the example count as the same boxed triplet.


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