Devil's word - Result
Type in a name and we'll check if it's a devils word (666) - or any other relevant number - trying to add or subtract the ASCII values of the characters (where the number 32 is the space). Please use names that are less than 30 characters.
Note that there is a time limit of the operation (about 10-20 seconds).
In order to experiment with plain integer sequences (and not just ASCII values), check "yes" for "Use plain integers". Select the range (min integer, max integer) for the sequence. An experimental feature is "Use squares", which will square each number before the calculation.
For more about these kind of coincidences, see e.g. skepdic.com: law of truly large numbers (coincidence).
Checking Håkan Kjellerstrand = 666
+72+229+107+97+110+32+75-106+101+108-108+101-114-115-116-114+97+110+100 = 666
Coincidence? (Actually, it is really a coincidence. Maybe an amazing coincidence, but still just a coincidence.)
Maximum possible sum: 2012
Number of "odd" characters/numbers: 8
Number of "even" characters/numbers: 11
Unique vector: SPACE (1), H (1), K (1), a (2), d (1), e (2), j (1), k (1), l (2), n (2), r (2), s (1), t (1), å (1)
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This is a CGI-ed and quite modified version of antichrist.pl, written by Christopher Masto in 1996.
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Created by Hakan Kjellerstrand email@example.com