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*Modern Elementary Theory of Numbers*, Chicago, 1939. The author uses $D((d + {B^2})/4,B)$. The author omits this row and records the values of $D$ directly. H. N. Wright, “On a tabulation of reduced binary quadratic forms of a negative determinant,” California, University,

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**1**(1944), 176-193 - DOI: https://doi.org/10.1090/S0025-5718-44-99042-3