What's new on 24/03/2012
New features included in version 2010:
Key features of the program:
|Random number selection (free)||Checking of winning numbers against your played numbers|
|Storing and retrieval of more than 5000 tickets with 8 boards each||Draw result history with graph|
|Internet retrieval of draw results (winning numbers-free)||Internet program update check (free)|
|Combination calculations||Number exclusions|
|Continuous 'spin' mode||Draw results printing|
|Number draw frequency statistics with print and sort option||Numerology calculations|
|Printing of tickets||Export results to .csv format (Excel)|
|Various number draw statistics||Include up to 5 Own numbers|
|Pattern Analysis||Supports Lotto Plus|
|Backward Own Number Checking against past draws||View Consecutive Numbers|
|Force Consecutive Number Generation||Select Start-From Number|
LNG is currently not for sale anymore until further notice.
Screen shots taken on Windows XP. LNG will look different on older versions of Windows
Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000/XP or Windows ME
|Internet Explorer 4.0 or above|
|At least 32mb RAM|
|Requires at least 3mb of free disk space|
|Pentium I or AMD K6 class processor or above|
Windows 95 users: It is possible to use LNG on Windows 95.
Follow the instructions on the Download page.
Why use a number generator?
Because you are lazy!? Maybe...
If you are choosing numbers you will probably try and cover the whole board. When doing this, you may not select numbers following each other or only high/low numbers. If you always play the same numbers, this generator is not for you!
How does it work?
This generator uses the numbers 1 to 49 like a deck of playing cards. It will shuffle the numbers the same way as a dealer would shuffle a deck of cards. You can use a number of variable options to increase the unpredictability of the shuffling.
This means that the program works similar to the actual Lotto machine with the balls. The balls start off in the same sequence every time. The randomness of the whole thing is the human intervention that selects a ball when a button is pressed. The time from release of the balls to the actual button pressed, gives the machine a chance to really mix up the balls (assuming they all weigh the same). The program works similar to the quick pick option.
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