From: Hans Aberg (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 19 2007 - 13:01:16 CDT
On 19 Jun 2007, at 19:46, Otto Stolz wrote:
> JFC Morfin had written:
>> I have H7 Hexatridecimal (295 in decimal) in ASCII,
> I do not understand your system: 295 (base 10) is 8×36 + 7,
> so you are saying that you wish to write «H» for digit 8,
> and «7» for digit 7?
It is probably a typo; see <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Hexatridecimal>. Just write the numbers 0-35 as 0-9, A-Z, so that H =
15. Then H7 = 17*36+7 = 619.
>> how do I write it in Greek or Arab characters.
> Hans Aberg has replied:
>> it seems that you somehow want to get hold of 26 Greek or Arab
>> letters to do it.
> Only that the Greek alphabet has less than 26 characters,
> and it has a tradition of using particular letters as
In the month since the first post, not much information has been given.
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