From: Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 20 2007 - 01:04:19 CDT
-On [20070620 04:22], JFC Morfin (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> What do you want me to tell more? You perfectly describe the poblem.
> For every alphabet with more than 26 characters - which to chose
> For those with less, is there an existing or possible solution already
> devised in other cases?
I think that for a multitude of the languages available on earth you will find
no-one has even thought of handling hexatridecimal representation and
subsequently you will not find an authoritative source for specifying which of
the letters past 26 of that language will be used (if they even HAVE letters
Leaving that aside, I think the issue is a non-issue. Hexadecimal is encoded
using ASCII. I'd wager that hexatridecimal found its origins or at least its
connection with ASCII as well for the representation. Since hexadecimal is not
localized, why would hexatridecimal be? Or would you expect it to be written
using katakana or hiragana in, say, Japanese?
(Finally reading the Wikipedia on hexatridecimal it seems to agree with what I
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