Re: Hexadecimal digits

From: Luke-Jr (
Date: Tue Jun 08 2010 - 11:22:22 CDT

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    On Tuesday 08 June 2010 10:53:15 am John Dlugosz wrote:
    > Yes, when discussing values in hex, this is an English problem. What do I
    > call the useful higher powers and groups? What is the equivalent of
    > "thousands" or "millions" to refer to powers of 65536 or 4294967296?

    Seriously, these questions are all answered in the book...

    (written using "classical" hexadecimal digits)
    0=Noll 1=An 2=De 3=Te 4=Go 5=Su 6=By
    7=Ra 8=Me 9=Ni A=Ko b=Hu C=Vy d=La
    E=Po F=Fy 10=Ton 100=San 1000=Mill 1,0000=Bong
    1,0000,0000=Tam 1,0000,0000,0000=Song 1,0000,0000,0000,0000=Tran
    2,8d5b,7E0F=Detam, memill - lasan - suton - hubong, ramill-posanfy

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