From: Luke-Jr (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 09 2010 - 13:26:36 CDT
On Wednesday 09 June 2010 01:16:00 pm Robert Abel wrote:
> On 2010/06/09 18:16, John Dlugosz wrote:
> > That reads like an argument _for_ having separate encoding for hex
> > digits. Then I could use those rather than markup to make hex numbers
> > look good in the surrounding text. What argument applies to 0 that
> > doesn't apply to A ?
> I think my argument holds. You will usually find the following
> description of hexadecimal notation: Hexadecimal digits include the
> numbers 0 through 9 and the *letters* A through F (and/or a through f
> respectively). Sometimes it will even say that hexadecimal digits 10
> through 15 are *represented* by *letters* A through F (and/or a through
> f respectively).
Tonal digits representing 8, 10..15 have no relation to letters.
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