From: John Dlugosz (JDlugosz@tradestation.com)
Date: Fri Jun 04 2010 - 13:17:34 CDT
"The green can..." (Adjective Noun?)
"The green can be watered after it has been cut." (Green is noun, Can is aux verb!)
It's not limited to numbers.
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> Subject: Re: Hexadecimal digits
> On Friday 04 June 2010 11:55:55 am John Dlugosz wrote:
> > Those things really happen when writing in assembly language. I
> > having to write "numbers" that only begin with a decimal digit, so
> > fish" is a word, and "0ah fish" is a number. In C and C++, "a" is a
> > and "0xa" is a number.
> But I'm not talking about programming languages, just common everyday
> uses by
> people who have it as their primary (not secondary) system of numbers.
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