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revolution
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redsock wrote:
I don't want to read all 20 pages of this thread, can someone short line the rules for me?
The rules are forever changing in this thread. The basics still apply though. Limited character set 0x20-0x7e and split into two parts; finite and transfinite.
27 Feb 2015, 07:30
typedef

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revolution wrote:
The rules are forever changing

revolution wrote:
How many more arbitrary rules will you be adding? Perhaps you can just put them all here as one set rather than adding them piecemeal.
27 Feb 2015, 12:12
revolution
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Respect the authority.
27 Feb 2015, 12:17
typedef

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revolution wrote:
Respect the authority.

Authority respected!
27 Feb 2015, 12:20
Tyler

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I think the number of ordinals beats all the transfinite attempts. They can't even be contained in a set, so the number is larger than all the alephs.

So |ords|.
28 Feb 2015, 04:54
revolution
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Tyler wrote:
I think the number of ordinals beats all the transfinite attempts. They can't even be contained in a set, so the number is larger than all the alephs.

So |ords|.
I can't find any reference that uses "ords" to refer to ordinals. Linky?
28 Feb 2015, 05:17
sid123

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Lol WTF.

Why use 9 characters when you can do it in just 3!

(1/0)
28 Feb 2015, 08:16
revolution
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Division by zero is undefined.
28 Feb 2015, 08:29

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x=1/5 of the largest number possible with 9 character

x+x+x+x+x
28 Feb 2015, 08:31
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28 Feb 2015, 14:55
revolution
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A larger one in that style is 9^9^9^9^9.
28 Feb 2015, 16:47
HaHaAnonymous

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Quote:

A larger one in that style is 9^9^9^9^9.

Quote:

What is the largest number you can write in 9 characters?

Thank you for highlighting how stupid and ignorant I am.
28 Feb 2015, 17:25
typedef

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revolution wrote:
A larger one in that style is 9^9^9^9^9.

9^9^9^9^9 = 9
28 Feb 2015, 20:30
revolution
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typedef wrote:
revolution wrote:
A larger one in that style is 9^9^9^9^9.

9^9^9^9^9 = 9
You are thinking like a programmer, not a mathematician.
01 Mar 2015, 01:32
l4m2

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revolution wrote:
l4m2 wrote:
maxhere+9
This was already tried in a variant form by Goplat. And it was subsequently shown to be unworkable and thus disallowed.

However, you are welcome to try again.

When there is already at least an infinity number like Aleph**** it doesn't make logically inconsistent
09 Dec 2015, 04:52
revolution
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Apparently not all infinities are the same. Some are "larger" than others.
09 Dec 2015, 07:39
l4m2

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l4m2
However adding 1 to an infinity number doesn't change it.
Is there any number larger than CountSets ?
09 Dec 2015, 10:14
revolution
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l4m2 wrote:
Is there any number larger than CountSets ?
I don't understand the question. What is "CountSets"?
09 Dec 2015, 15:16
nkeck72

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googol^9! (or something like that)
09 Dec 2015, 22:35
revolution
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nkeck72 wrote:
googol^9! (or something like that)
Googol is "only" 10^100. A single G (Graham's number) will utterly dwarf such small numbers as google^9!
10 Dec 2015, 01:06
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