Using Greek Strongs Numbers in LXX

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    JBoyd333
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    I developed the Analytic Septuagint Module (which contains Strongs numbers and parsing). I found I had to put the strongs numbers in the footnotes to preserve the correct numbers. If I put them outside the footnotes as one normally would do for strongs numbers, a “0” is added to the beginning of each number.

    I think the program outsmarts itself. It appears to assume that strongs numbers in the OT refer to Hebrew words, and so it adds a “0” the number so it doesn’t conflict with Greek words. But the Septuagint uses Greek words.

    Is there a way to specify I want to use Greek strongs numbers, not Hebrew strongs numbers so the user can activate strongs numbers in my Septuagint with “s” rather than by turning on footnotes?

    Thanks

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