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  • #46
    19 ==>1*16+9=25
    A tater tot is worth a thousand fries.

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    • #47
      1a
      90% Angel
      10% Lil Devil


      But I've been told it's the other way around!

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      • #48
        1b
        90% Angel
        10% Lil Devil


        But I've been told it's the other way around!

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        • #49
          1c
          90% Angel
          10% Lil Devil


          But I've been told it's the other way around!

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          • #50
            1d
            90% Angel
            10% Lil Devil


            But I've been told it's the other way around!

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            • #51
              1e
              90% Angel
              10% Lil Devil


              But I've been told it's the other way around!

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              • #52
                1f
                90% Angel
                10% Lil Devil


                But I've been told it's the other way around!

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                • #53
                  20 ==> 2*16+0=32
                  A tater tot is worth a thousand fries.

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                  • #54
                    21
                    90% Angel
                    10% Lil Devil


                    But I've been told it's the other way around!

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                    • #55
                      22
                      A tater tot is worth a thousand fries.

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                      • #56
                        23 ... looks like we're on a roll!

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by andre
                          Yeah, happy b-day! And it would seem that I'm not the ONLY computer nerd on powwows.com! (sorry to call you a nerd, maybe that's not the right term, please forgive me). My co-worker and I actually just had a conversation about hex today. Do you do colors for programs or some other specialty?

                          Maybe it would help people if they saw what the mathematics were in example form:

                          0x17 == (1*16)+7= 23
                          No problem with the nerd label. I've been called other things like book worm and injun-near.

                          I actually wrote thousands of lines of code in macro assembly language for firmware that is burned into EEPROM on computer hardware that handle data handling and control for the Shuttle and the International Space Station. A lot of the low-level code is in handling registers and other controller devices which could only be multiplexed in machine code. Lately have been getting into C# and .NET Visual Studio to do simulation-type applications.

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                          • #58
                            24

                            (Ya saw how I left it after 1f didnt cha? wasnt sure which one came next! )
                            90% Angel
                            10% Lil Devil


                            But I've been told it's the other way around!

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno
                              I actually wrote thousands of lines of code in macro assembly language for firmware that computer hardware that handle data handling and control for the Shuttle and the International Space Station. A lot of the low-level code is in handling registers and other controller devices which could only be multiplexed in machine code. Lately have been getting into C# and .NET Visual Studio to do simulation-type applications.
                              AHHHHHHH!!! Assembly scares the you know what out of me! I'm in school for AsE, but I'm an aeronautics guy, not a space guy. Wow, now I can say I've met someone who actually worked on the ISS! I like controls, but not enough to learn assembly.
                              A tater tot is worth a thousand fries.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by andre
                                AHHHHHHH!!! Assembly scares the you know what out of me! I'm in school for AsE, but I'm an aeronautics guy, not a space guy. Wow, now I can say I've met someone who actually worked on the ISS! I like controls, but not enough to learn assembly.
                                Assembly language is the most fundamental language you need in order to do a lot of low-level stuff which would otherwise take lots of code in other languages. Actually I am into Defense and Aerospace Electronic Systems and let me tell you, all the hard work is really paying out in the end. No one can tease me about being a nerd anymore. The simulations development environment that we've been working on is totally awesome as far as technology is concerned, but I pride myself in being at the fore-front of advanced computing yet retain my traditions and cultural values expecially my native language.

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