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#C Probably unusable fast "pre" QB->B
x = 24, y = 12, rule = LifeHistory
12.2C7.D$12.2C7B2D$5.17B2D$4.18BD$3.4B3C11BD$2.4BC3BC2B2.3B$.D3BCB.3B
C3B.2B$D3B.C3.2BC2B$3D7.2B$9.4B$9.B2AB$10.2A!
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#C Probably unusable fast "pre" QB->B
x = 24, y = 12, rule = LifeHistory
12.2C7.D$12.2C7B2D$5.17B2D$4.18BD$3.4B3C11BD$2.4BC3BC2B2.3B$.D3BCB.3B
C3B.2B$D3B.C3.2BC2B$3D7.2B$9.4B$9.B2AB$10.2A!
Why, sure! What was that you were saying about overkill?simsim314 wrote:Does anyone see a way to attach this one? (and I know it's overkill for G4->H)...
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#C HNE16T14 saves the day -- sort of.
#C NW8T186 is the only suffix I could find
#C that produced a glider in the right range.
x = 87, y = 116, rule = LifeHistory
36.2A11.A$35.B2AB9.A.A$36.3B9.A.A2.2A3.A$35.B.B9.2A.2A2.A2.A.A$35.5B
8.B2.A.A3.A.A$35.6B6.2ABA2.4A.A13.A$35.8B4.2A.A.A3.A13.3A$36.13B2.A.A
B2.A11.A$34.13B5.A.A2B.A10.2A$33.15B5.A2B.2A7.5B$33.15B4.3B10.4B$32.
17B.B.2B10.7B$32.29B3.7B$31.13B2A11BD4B2.7B$30.14B2A9B3D4B.10B$29.2AB
3.20BDBD15B$28.A2.A4.19BD17B$27.A.2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.22B$27.A7.6B14.20B$
26.2A6.9B14.17B$21.2A10.4B4.2A14.17B$20.B2A2B7.4B5.A14.18B$21.4B6.4B
7.3A10.19B$22.3B5.4B10.A9.19B3.B.3B$7.2A5.3B4.3B5.3DB20.4B3.22B$8.A4.
4B2.7B2.3BD20.4B5.21B$8.A.AB.17BD20.4B4.24B$9.2AB.17B20.4B5.2A2.20B$
11.18B21.3B7.A2.20B$11.18B28.3A4.19B2A$10.18B29.A7.18BA.A$10.18B36.
13B.2B5.A$10.18B36.7B2.3B9.2A$10.18B35.7B$11.16B35.7B$9.18B36.3BA3B$
7.A.2A4.12B36.2BABA2B$5.3AB2A4.13B36.BABA2B$4.A4.B4.15B36.BA2B$5.3A.
2A3.16B35.2B$7.A.A4.17B$7.A.A4.16B$8.A7.13B$20.2B2A5B$20.2B2A3B$19.8B
$20.8B$20.8B$13.C7.7B$13.3C5.7B$16.C4.6B$15.2C4.6B$15.5B.6B$17.11B$
16.7BD5B$16.6B3D5B$15.6B2DBD5B$13.B.16B$12.2C8B2.7B$12.2C8B2.7B$13.
16B.B2C$13.15B2.BC.C$15.13B5.C$13.15B5.2C$13.15B$10.19B$9.2C19B$9.2CB
.17B6.2C$10.B3.17B5.C$15.15B3.BC.C$14.16B.B.B2C$14.20B$15.19B$16.18B$
16.18B$17.19B$15.B.20B$14.2B2C19B$13.3B2C19B$2C9.24B.B2C$.C6.26B2.BC.
C$.C.CB2.27B5.C$2.2CB.27B6.2C$4.29B$4.29B$4.30B$5.13B.16B$3.13B2.9B.
8B$3.2C3.8B3.9B.8B$4.C3.9B2.8B3.8B$.3C3.10B3.8B3.8B$.C5.9B6.3B2C2B3.
8B$9.7B7.BC2BCB4.8B$11.4B10.2CB6.8B$13.B12.2B7.8B13.2A$25.2B9.8B11.B
2A2B$24.B2CB9.8B11.4B$25.2C11.8B9.5B$39.8B6.7B$40.10B3.6B$41.5BC12B$
42.2B3C13B$41.3BCBC13B$42.2BC15B$42.19B$44.18B$46.17B$47.16B$47.16B$
45.8B.7B.B2A$45.2A3.B4.4B3.BA.A$46.A9.5B4.A$43.3A13.2A4.2A$43.A15.A$
60.3A$62.A!
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x = 31, y = 22, rule = LifeHistory
6.A$6.3A$9.A$8.2A2$.2A$2.A$2.A.A$3.2A4$A$3A$3.A$2.2A25.2A$29.A$27.A.A
$11.3C13.2A$11.C.C9.2A$11.C.C9.A.A$24.2A!
Well it works - but then why bother using G4 receiver just use syringedvgrn wrote:Why, sure! What was that you were saying about overkill?
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x = 95, y = 83, rule = LifeHistory
25.C$24.C.C7.C$17.2C5.BC2B4.3C$16.B2C2B4.2B4.C$5.2C9.5B.4B5.2C$5.C8.
13B3.3B3.7B.B$6.3C5.12B2.3B5.13B.B$8.C3.47B2.B$9.48BDB.B2C$5.B.4B2C
42B3D3B2C$4.7B2C25B2C15BDBDB.2B$.B.35B2C15BD3B16.2C$2C43B3.2B2.6B16.B
2CB$2CB.22B.B3.B2.10B31.3B$.B3.21B9.6B35.B$8.19B9.3B35.5B$8.3B.16B8.B
37.B3D2B$11.9B.8B6.2C37.2BD3B$11.4B2.B4.8B5.C38.2B3DB$9.2CB4.3B4.8B5.
3C35.6B$8.C.CB3.B2CB5.8B6.C35.6B$8.C7.2C7.8B41.6B$7.2C17.8B40.5B$27.
8B38.6B$28.8B38.6B$29.8B36.7B$30.8B35.6B$31.8B34.6B$32.8B33.6B$33.8B
31.8B$34.8B31.8B$35.8B29.9B$36.8B28.9B$37.8B27.10B$38.8B26.5B2C3B$39.
8B25.5B2C4B$40.8B24.11B$41.8B23.12BC$42.8B24.8B2.3C$43.8B23.7B6.C$44.
8B22.5B7.2C$45.8B13.2C5.6B$46.8B13.C6.6B$47.8B12.C.CB2.8B$48.8B12.2CB
2.9B$49.8B13.12B$50.8B12.12B$51.8B11.10B.B2C$52.8B11.8B2.BC.C$53.8B9.
8B6.C$54.8B9.8B5.2C$55.8B9.7B$56.8B5.11B$57.10B.12B$58.22B.B$59.24B$
52.C7.25B$52.3C6.24B$55.C6.22B2C$42.2C10.2C6.20B.B2C$43.C10.5B2.19B4.
B$43.C.CB9.25B12.2C$44.2CB.3B4.25B8.B3.C.C$46.7B.26B4.6B.B2C$46.35B2.
8B.B$47.36B.6B.2B$46.48B$44.43B2C6B$42.18B.25BC2BC5B$42.2BC15B2.23B.B
2C5B$41.3BCBC4B.7B3.24B.7B$42.2B3C4B2.7B2.24B4.3B$41.5BC4B4.2B2C4.23B
$40.10B3.4B2C4.22B$39.4B10.2C8.5B.16B$39.3B12.C6.5B3.16B$37.4B10.3C7.
2CB5.14B$37.2C12.C10.C6.14B$38.C20.3C8.4B4.5B$35.3C21.C11.4B3.3B$35.C
34.4B$69.B2C2B$70.2C!
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x = 115, y = 101, rule = LifeHistory
8$52.B$37.C13.3B$37.3C11.3B$40.C9.5B$39.2C5.B3.5B3.B$39.9B.7B.4B$41.
20B$39.2C21B$39.2C21B$39.24B$41.23B6.C$40.25B3.3C$26.8B4.26B3.C$23.CB
.9B3.25B2.B.2C$22.C.C10B2.32B$22.2C.11B.30B$27.41B$27.41B$26.41B$26.
41B$26.42B$26.42B$24.2CB.41B$23.C.CB2.39B$23.C6.15B.13B.B.6B$22.2C7.
13B2.16B.2B$32.6B9.15B$44.19B$43.2C19B$43.2CB.17B6.2C$44.B3.17B5.C$
49.15B3.BC.C$48.16B.B.B2C$48.20B$49.19B$50.18B$50.18B$51.19B$49.B.20B
$48.2B2C19B$47.3B2C19B$34.2C9.24B.B2C$35.C6.26B2.BC.C$35.C.CB2.27B5.C
$36.2CB.27B6.2C$38.29B$38.29B$38.30B$39.13B.16B$37.13B2.9B.8B$37.2C3.
8B3.9B.8B$38.C3.9B2.8B3.8B$35.3C3.10B3.8B3.8B$35.C5.9B6.3B2C2B3.8B$
43.7B7.BC2BCB4.8B$45.4B10.2CB6.8B$47.B12.2B7.8B13.2A$59.2B9.8B11.B2A
2B$58.B2CB9.8B11.4B$59.2C11.8B9.5B$73.8B6.7B$74.10B3.6B$75.5BC12B$76.
2B3C13B$75.3BCBC13B$76.2BC15B$76.19B$78.18B$80.17B$81.16B$81.16B$79.
8B.7B.B2A$79.2A3.B4.4B3.BA.A$80.A9.5B4.A$77.3A13.2A4.2A$77.A15.A$94.
3A$96.A!
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x = 51, y = 44, rule = B3/S23
18b2o$18bo$16bobo$16b2o$20b2o$20b2o7$2b2o3b2o$3bo3b2o2b3o$3o8bo$o11bo
26$48b2o$48bobo$48bo!
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x = 35, y = 18, rule = LifeHistory
17.A$9.2A5.A.A$10.A6.A$10.A.A$11.2A2$4.A$3.A.A26.3D$3.A.A25.D2.D$.3A.
2A23.D2.D$A30.2D$.3A.2A$3.A.2A3$14.3C$14.C2.C$16.2C!
Nice! If there's a known R-mango-to-X that works with this, I'd definitely throw both conduits into the next elementary-conduits collection.Extrementhusiast wrote:Reasonable bookend-to-R-mango...
The pattern doesn't work, but the idea might. Use the escaping glider to clean up the block:simsim314 wrote:If there is a way to remove the debris top left block, this will make a nice non-destructive G8 period doubler reciever (which is pretty useful in circuitry):
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x = 51, y = 44, rule = B3/S23 18b2o$18bo$16bobo$16b2o$20b2o$20b2o7$2b2o3b2o$3bo3b2o2b3o$3o8bo$o11bo 26$48b2o$48bobo$48bo!
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x = 27, y = 23, rule = B3/S23
11b2o$11b2o$18b2o$9b4o5bo$4b2o2bo3bo3bobo$4b2o2b2o6b2o$20b2o$20b2o2$3b
2o$3b2o4$2b2o$3bo$3o$o3$24b3o$24bo$25bo!
I'd say D for dove.dvgrn wrote:Continuing the single-character assignments, I suppose this could be an 'M' object, unless there's another good name for an R-mango and we should reserve 'M' for in case we ever find a direct Herschel-to-MWSS converter.
Well at the very least it works with the only known R-mango conduit:dvgrn wrote:If there's a known R-mango-to-X that works with this, I'd definitely throw both conduits into the next elementary-conduits collection.
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x = 58, y = 28, rule = B3/S23
28bo$28b3o$31bo$30b2o6$17bo$9b2o5bobo$10bo6bo$10bobo$11b2o2$4bo$3bobo$
3bobo$b3ob2o$o$b3ob2o47b2o$3bob2o47bobo$56bo$56b2o$14b3o30b2o$14bo2bo
29bo$16b2o30b3o$50bo!
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#C By Paul Callahan, 11 Oct 1996
x = 28, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
8bo$8b3o$9bo4$2o$2o2$7b2o$7b2o$17bo6b2o$16bobo5bobo$17bo8bo$26b2o!
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#C Again by Paul Callahan, 11 Oct 1996
x = 23, y = 20, rule = B3/S23
21b2o$21bo$19bobo$19b2o8$9b3o$9bo$9b3o3$2b2o$3bo5b2o$3o6b2o$o!
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x = 283, y = 339, rule = LifeHistory
198.2C$198.C3.C$193.C.2C.C2.C.C$193.2C.C.C.C.C$77.2C119.C2.C$77.2C
118.2C5$271.2C$7.3E4.2C55.3E4.2C55.3E61.3E61.3E5.2C$6.E2.E4.2C54.E2.E
4.2C54.E2.E4.2C54.E2.E60.E2.E$5.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E6.C3.2C48.E2.E60.E
2.E$6.2E62.2E62.2E5.C.C.C2.C49.2E62.2E9.2C$141.2C2.2C126.C$145.C128.
3C$146.C129.C$145.2C41$263.2C$264.C$262.C$262.2C$264.C2.2C$262.2C.C2.
C$2.2C61.2C.2C71.2C49.2C5.2C60.C.C.2C$3.C62.C.C72.C51.C5.2C61.C$3.C.C
60.C.C70.C.C51.C.C$4.2C57.2C.C.2C69.2C53.2C$63.2C.C$66.C$66.2C4$7.3E
61.3E61.3E61.3E61.3E$6.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E$5.E2.E60.E2.E
60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E$6.2E62.2E62.2E62.2E62.2E45$72.2C57.2C71.2C$72.C
59.C71.C$74.C56.C73.C$73.2C56.2C2.2C63.2C2.2C$13.C54.2C2.C61.C.C63.C.
C$11.3C54.C2.C.2C54.4C.C67.C.4C$10.C59.2C.C.C53.C2.C.2C65.2C.C2.C$10.
2C62.C8$273.2C$7.3E61.3E61.3E61.3E61.3E7.2C$6.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E
2.E60.E2.E$5.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E$6.2E62.2E62.2E62.2E62.
2E50$C126.2C$3C125.C$3.C124.C.C$2.C126.2C$.C$.2C2$215.2C$214.C.C$214.
C$213.2C$7.3E61.3E61.3E61.3E10.C50.3E$6.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E9.C.
2C47.E2.E$5.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E11.C2.C45.E2.E10.2C$6.2E62.2E9.
2C.C49.2E62.2E14.2C46.2E11.C.C$81.2C.3C190.C$87.C189.2C$81.2C.3C$82.C
.C$82.C.C$83.C39$207.2C$201.2C5.C$201.C.C.3C$203.C.C$203.2C7$86.2C$
20.2C64.C$20.2C62.C.C191.2C$84.2C193.C$277.C4.C$7.3E61.3E61.3E61.3E
61.3E11.6C$6.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E$5.E2.E10.2C48.E2.E60.E
2.E11.2C47.E2.E60.E2.E14.2C$6.2E11.C.C48.2E62.2E12.C.C47.2E62.2E16.C$
21.C128.C129.C.C$21.2C127.2C129.2C47$84.C$83.C.C$83.C.C$82.2C.3C$88.C
$82.2C.3C$82.2C.C41.2C$127.2C5$7.3E11.2C48.3E61.3E61.3E$6.E2.E11.2C
47.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E$5.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E60.E2.E$6.2E62.2E62.2E62.2E
$211.2C$211.C$212.3C$214.C!
"D" it is, I would say -- that name is in Mark Niemiec's database, and in the Life Lexicon from way back.A for awesome wrote:I'd say D for dove.
Yes, there's lots of good stuff in there. I can get the R-mango/dove to travel well just by noodling around manually with some of these options. No doubt automated searches can turn up much more interesting stuff.simeks wrote:The R-mango looks like a very interesting object!
For example here is a small sample of first catalysts, all of which fit with with Extrementhusiast's bookend-to-R-mango...
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x = 53, y = 37, rule = LifeHistory
33.C$33.3C6.4B.B$36.C5.7B.D$35.2C5.7BDBD$35.5B.8BDBD$37.13BDB$36.16B$
34.18B$30.B2.20B$28.25B$24.B2.26B$23.2CB.25B$23.2C26B$24.B.25B$17.A8.
24B$9.2A5.A.A6.25B$10.A4.2BAB7.24B$10.A.AB2.2B8.23B$11.2AB.B.6B2.23B$
13.11B2.19B.B$4.A9.10B2.18B$3.A.A7.13B.5B3D9B$3.A.A5.20BD2BD9B$.3A.2A
4.19BD2BD8B.B2C$A4.B5.20B2D8B2.BC.C$.3AB2AB3.27B.B6.C$3.A.2A30B9.2C$
7.28B$7.7B3E19B$7.7BEBE19B$8.6BE2BE3B6.8B$7.9B2E3B9.2B$7.15B$8.13B$8.
12B$9.8B$14.B!
#C [[ THUMBNAIL ZOOM 11 ]]
At least it works with the first Pi-to-C in the collection.dvgrn wrote:But has anyone tried to get a century signal into that conduit?
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x = 42, y = 64, rule = LifeHistory
29.C$29.3C$32.C$31.2C8$18.A20.2C$10.2A5.A.A19.2C$11.A6.A$11.A.A$12.2A
2$5.A$4.A.A26.3D4.2C$4.A.A25.D2.D4.2C$2.3A.2A23.D2.D$.A30.2D$2.3A.2A$
4.A.2A2$15.3D$15.D.D$15.D2.D$17.2D10$31.2A$31.2A8$32.2A$32.A.A$34.A$
3.3E28.2A$5.E$3.3E7$2.2A$3.A6.2A$3A7.A$A7.A.A$8.2A!
Also, I can't help feeling that there's some sort of conduit that produces a bookend from a mangled B, something like this:simeks wrote:At least it works with the first Pi-to-C in the collection.dvgrn wrote:But has anyone tried to get a century signal into that conduit?
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x = 10, y = 12, rule = LifeHistory
6.3D$5.D2.D$5.2D3$7.A$6.3A$6.A.2A2$.2A$A.A$2.A!
I do know that a bookend+spark produces one:dvgrn wrote:It might be good to come up with some alternate ways to breed doves.
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x = 4, y = 5, rule = LifeHistory
.3A$A2.A$2A2$.A!
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x = 29, y = 15, rule = LifeHistory
8.A$7.A.A$8.A2$6.5A$5.A4.A$4.A2.A$.A2.A.2A$A.A.A5.A15.3D$.A2.A4.A.A
13.D2.D$4.2A2.A2.A12.D2.D$9.2A8.2C4.2D$18.C.C$18.C.C$18.2C!
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x = 23, y = 7, rule = LifeHistory
13.3B5.A$11.A3B2A4.2A$9.2ABAB3A2.2A$9.A4B3A2.2A$.3D5.A3BA2B3.2A$D2.D
6.3A2B$3D9.A!
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x = 64, y = 57, rule = LifeHistory
51.C$40.A10.3C$32.2A5.A.A5.C6.C$33.A6.A6.3C3.2C$33.A.A14.C$34.2A13.2C
2$27.A$26.A.A26.3D4.2C$26.A.A25.D2.D4.2C$24.3A.2A23.D2.D$23.A30.2D$
24.3A.2A$26.A.2A2$37.3D$37.D.D$37.D2.D$39.2D10$53.2A$53.2A$14.2A$14.
2A5$2A$.A52.2A$.A.A50.A.A$2.2A52.A$25.3D28.2A$27.D$25.3D4$2.E$2.E.E$
2.3E$4.E19.2A$25.A6.2A$14.2A6.3A7.A$14.2A2.2A2.A7.A.A$18.A.A.A7.2A$
20.A.2A$20.A$19.2A!
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x = 205, y = 83, rule = LifeHistory
26$168.D$157.2C8.DBD$158.C7.2BDB$107.4B47.C.CB3.6B$16.C89.4B49.2CB.9B
$16.3C86.4B52.11B$19.C84.4B52.11B$18.2C66.C16.4B54.10B$18.4B64.3C13.
4B54.11B$20.2B67.C11.4B54.12B$19.5B64.2C10.4B55.13B$17.8B63.4B7.4B56.
3B3C7B$15.11B64.2B6.4B57.2BC2BC7B$14.13B62.5B3.4B58.BC2BC6B.B2C$13.
16B58.8B.4B59.2B2C7B.BC.C$14.17B54.14B66.3B6.C$14.17B53.14B70.C5.2C$
13.18B52.16B69.3C$14.19B51.17B70.C$15.18B51.17B11.2C56.2C$15.5B3C15B
4.B40.18B12.C$16.3BC2BC17B.B2C40.19B7.3C$16.2BC2BC6BD13B2C41.18B7.C$
17.2B2C7B3D10B.B42.5B3C17B$17.12BD10B46.3BC2BC18B$18.4B.2B6.8B47.2BC
2BC20B$19.2B11.7B48.2B2C22B$33.5B49.26B$34.2B52.4B.2B6.12B$89.2B10.
10B$102.6B$104.3B!
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x = 32, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
17b2o$17b2o6$2b3o$bo2bo3bo$o2bo4bo$b2o5bo2$30bo$29bobo$29bobo$30bo!
Interesting. Did you find these by Bellman? After seeing this, I decided to add the honeyfarm catalyst to ptbsearch...simeks wrote:The R-mango looks like a very interesting object!
For example here is a small sample of first catalysts, all of which fit with with Extrementhusiast's bookend-to-R-mango:Code: Select all
R-mango first catalyses:
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I used Bellman_szlim, which is my attempt to add some new ideas to Bellman.Scorbie wrote:Did you find these by Bellman?
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#S min-activation-gen 2
#S max-first-activation-gen 39
#S max-reactivation-gen 64
#S max-active-gens-in-a-row 48
#S inactive-gens-at-accept 6
#S sum-of-active-inactive-gens-at-accept 0
#S continue-after-accept 1
#S max-added-static-oncells 32
#S max-activated-cells 12
#S filter-below-min-activated-cells 0
#S max-local-complexity 0
#S max-local-areas 1
#S min-local-area-separation-squared 8
#S max-global-complexity 21
#S old-result-naming 1
#P 0 0
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Yes, that's the point!Scorbie wrote:Did your program save you time to get the same results as bellman?
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x = 173, y = 31, rule = LifeHistory
2C62.2C78.2C$.C13.2C7.C40.C13.2C7.C56.C13.2C7.C$.C.C11.2C5.3C40.C.C
11.2C5.3C56.C.C11.2C5.3C$2.2C17.C44.2C17.C49.A10.2C17.C$21.2C62.2C46.
3A29.2C$25.C63.C42.A36.C$24.C.C61.C.C41.2A34.C.C$25.C63.C27.2A50.C$
118.A$118.A.2A$2.A63.A52.A2.A$2.A.A61.A.A51.2A10.E$2.3A61.3A61.E.E2.
2A$4.A21.2C40.A21.2C39.2E2.2A33.2C$26.2C62.2C78.2C3$144.A3.2A$143.A.A
3.A$5.C63.C72.A.A3.A$5.3C61.3C66.2A.A.A3.A$8.C63.C65.2A.A2.4A.A.2C$7.
C63.C70.A.A3.2A.C$7.2C62.2C65.2A.2A.A.A5.C$20.2D62.2D2.2E49.A.A3.A.4A
C16.2C$6.C.3C7.D2.D48.C.3C7.D2.D3.E37.2A10.A.A4.A5.3C14.C$6.2C.C8.D.D
49.2C.C8.D.D4.E.2E34.2A11.A6.A2.A2.C15.C.2C$11.C6.3D54.C6.3D.2E.2E.E
53.2A2.2A3.C10.2C.2C.C$10.2C62.2C11.E66.2C11.C$85.E.E77.C.C$85.2E78.
2C!
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x = 142, y = 44, rule = LifeHistory
70.E$71.E$69.3E6$85.2A14.2C$5.2A78.2A14.C$5.A90.C.2C.C$A.2A.A73.E16.
2C.C.2C$2A.A.2A73.E$78.3E19.3C$4.3A92.C2.C$3.A2.A92.2C$3.2A$85.2A$84.
A2.A$85.2A32.D$23.D68.2A25.2D8.D$23.2D8.D58.2A13.2D11.2D5.3D$11.2E11.
2D5.3D74.2D10.D6.D.D$12.2E10.D6.D.D74.D10.D7.D$12.E10.D7.D4$79.2A55.
2C$40.2A37.2A42.D12.2C$27.D12.2A41.2A36.D.D$25.D.D54.A.A36.3D9.2C5.2C
$25.3D9.2A5.2A36.A38.D11.2C5.2C$25.D11.2A5.2A35.2A$94.2A$94.2A17.C.C$
17.C.C92.C.2C$16.C.2C92.C6.C.2C$16.C6.C.2C69.2A13.2C4.3C.C$15.2C4.3C.
C70.2A18.C4.C.C$20.C4.C.C88.2C3.2C.C$20.2C3.2C.C95.C$28.C95.2C$28.2C!