## CTAM in hexadecimal!

### CTAM in hexadecimal!

Same rules as other CTAM threads

I'll start:

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edit: In case there are people who are unaware of the differing number systems, hexadecimal uses a base of 16 (instead of the base 10 used by decimal numbers). So basically put, there are 16 different symbols (0-9, then A-F) in use before progressing to the next unit.

See this link for more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexadecimal

I'll start:

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edit: In case there are people who are unaware of the differing number systems, hexadecimal uses a base of 16 (instead of the base 10 used by decimal numbers). So basically put, there are 16 different symbols (0-9, then A-F) in use before progressing to the next unit.

See this link for more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexadecimal

### Re: CTAM in hexadecimal!

princechromey wrote:Really? And how long will this take?

Anyway, 2.

Goodness knows how long

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### Re: CTAM in hexadecimal!

coleslaw wrote:princechromey wrote:Really? And how long will this take?

Anyway, 2.

Goodness knows how long

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Chances are, TBAAJ would have been shut down long before this reaches a million.

F.

### Re: CTAM in hexadecimal!

princechromey wrote:coleslaw wrote:princechromey wrote:Really? And how long will this take?

Anyway, 2.

Goodness knows how long

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Chances are, TBAAJ would have been shut down long before this reaches a million.

F.

I might start one on wrongplanet then. It seems like the rule there is only one post i.e. no doubleposting? Im not too much of a big fan maybe thats why theyre only on 30 odd thousand. It also takes considerably longer to make a post as well on there.

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