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Let K be a function field with a constant field of size q. If E is an elliptic curve over K with nonconstant j-invariant then its L-function L(T,E/K) is a polynomia.orgl in 1 + T Z[T]. Inspired by the algorithms of Schoof and Pila for computing zeta functions of curves over finite fields, we consider the problem of computing the reduction of L(T,E/K) modulo an integer without first computing the whole L-function. Doing so for a large enough integer which is coprime with q completely determines L(T,E/K). The existing literature on this problem could be summarized as follows: Under the assumption that the Mordell-Weil group E(K) has a subgroup of order N ≥ 2, with N coprime with q, Chris Hall gave an explicit formula for the reduction L(T,E/K) mod N. We present novel theorems going beyond Hall's. https://arxiv.org/abs/2110.12156