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edemko



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shoorick
what's this: 1091:191 Smile
Post 12 May 2010, 10:06
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shoorick



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1091:191 = 5.7120418848

ps: i see, maybe it is now 1092:191 (or 1092:192)
Post 12 May 2010, 10:16
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edemko



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30 ie. maybe javascript:emoticon('Very Happy')
Post 12 May 2010, 10:23
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bitshifter



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00000001b shl 00000101b or 00000001b
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chaoscode



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Linux syscall:
__NR_readv
Post 12 May 2010, 15:03
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kohlrak



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vid wrote:
kohlrak: shoorick's base is above most other bases. I suggest you do more research on the board.


Well, i assume when he said to guess the base, that a standardized based is probably used (otherwise, he really didn't give us a clue), and the only other two i can think of is 32, 36, and 64, but those are rare.
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Picnic



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my age is is the last Roman numeral when written lexicographically according to this article.
Post 12 May 2010, 19:06
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edemko



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nice doc, i'm to have a long journey with it
it remembered this:


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shoorick



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kohlrak
to reveal the secret the base is currently 39 (in decimal) Wink
even my forth can not handle such base (it is able to treat letters as digits up to "Z", so, 10+26=36 is max base), but it is technical issue only Wink

you can see below how ZZ+1=100 Wink


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Tyler



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Funny how the last line spells 8 in Spanish, "ocho."
Post 13 May 2010, 06:01
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kohlrak



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shoorick wrote:
kohlrak
to reveal the secret the base is currently 39 (in decimal) Wink
even my forth can not handle such base (it is able to treat letters as digits up to "Z", so, 10+26=36 is max base), but it is technical issue only Wink

you can see below how ZZ+1=100 Wink


I forget where it was, but i could've sworn i saw a program for linux that went to base 64 (26+26+10 is 62, but i can't remember what the other 2 were).
Post 13 May 2010, 06:13
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shoorick



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it is "OSNOVANIE" = "BASE". this forth makes such play possible, as there is no interference between "numbers" which has digits and latin letters, and keywords, which has cyrillic letters only Wink
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vid
Verbosity in development


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kohlrak wrote:
vid wrote:
kohlrak: shoorick's base is above most other bases. I suggest you do more research on the board.


Well, i assume when he said to guess the base, that a standardized based is probably used (otherwise, he really didn't give us a clue), and the only other two i can think of is 32, 36, and 64, but those are rare.

There is no such thing as "standardized base"
Post 13 May 2010, 08:28
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edemko



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it seems people avoid octal-based numbers in programming to:o
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MHajduk



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kohlrak wrote:
I forget where it was, but i could've sworn i saw a program for linux that went to base 64 (26+26+10 is 62, but i can't remember what the other 2 were).
kohlrak
I wrote with FASM a small application which can convert 32-bit numbers between any numeral systems with bases from the set {2, ..., 2^32-1}.

See here: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=9412
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