>So it is impossible to write base-16 numbers in kanji? Or would you just
>need to create a new convention?
Because of the problems of economy, I or almost all of kanji users
take your first way, I think. So, since the beginning of the
field of computing science or industry in Japan, the 16 digits
from 0 to F have been used for the hexadecimal system.
>Oh! Now I understand your e-mail address!! "Kitabayashi" was too long, so
>you just used on-yomi for your name!
You've got it! :-)
Not exaggerating my own situation, and my puzzle,
there are many conventions for using kanji in curious demands,
made day by day. But the new rules also exhaust brains of
many bodies. I wonder how I waste your ability to live.
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