From: Ben Dougall (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Aug 20 2003 - 18:28:52 EDT
On Wednesday, August 20, 2003, at 07:03 pm, Rick McGowan wrote:
>> What do hackers with non
>> Latin-based languages use for hex anyway?
> They use 0-9, A-F, and a-f.
which'll be whatever characters happen to be used to represent those
sections of the character set on their machines: 0x30 - 0x39, 0x41 -
0x46 and 0x61 - 0x66.
> Hex is used mostly by programmers, mostly for computing, and mostly in
> programming languages that have the digits and Latin letters built-in,
> that's what compilers expect to see. Hex doesn't have an independent
> existence out in non-computing culture for, e.g., signs in the market
> or monetary values.
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