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KevinN



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metric, yes you can divide by 10, it's decimal-yea, woohoo. you can't half it, quarter it and third it like you can a 12 or a base 16 system. base 16 system goes into binary- it's a two end, and it's a perfect square

- from a defcon lecture
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Post 02 Jan 2013, 21:46
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Coty



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^ Well... Imperial works to... Razz

Imperial isn't really a thing here, it's always US vs Metric, I honestly prefer metric, as it's much more clean and standardized...

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AsmGuru62



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Weird... when I hear (or read) "Imperial" -- the 1st thing comes to my mind is the
opening scene from Star Wars "New Hope" where destroyer fires on a rebel ship.
Strange, huh?...
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