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(Original post by Tek)
No

16 8 4 2 1

10100

so he's 17.
No, its my birthday date.
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im 10011 years old and i was born 11010/1100/11111000000
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But i think i mucked up my age. I'm 18


So it's 10010. Wow i'm great at this :rolleyes: Anyone else want to contribute theirs?
well since i'm 18 my would be the same as yours? i don't really understand this, have never heard about it. where does it come from?
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well since i'm 18 my would be the same as yours? i don't really understand this, have never heard about it. where does it come from?
if you think of the normal counting system (called decimal as it's based on the number 10) you are taught to count in units, tens, hundreds etc.., ie 10^0, 10^1, 10^2, 10^3, ........ 10^n. you can also do this counting in twos, with the numbers composed of 2^0, 2^1, 2^2, 2^3, .... 2^n. e.g. 123 = 100 + 20 + 3 = 1*10^2 + 2*10^1 +3*10^0 ="123"; 123 = 64 + 32 + 16 + 8 + 2 + 1 = 1*10^6 + 1*10^5 + 1*10^4 + 1*10^3 + 0*10^2 + 1*10^1 + 1*10^0 = "1111011"
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I'm
10000 years old
I was born on 1/1010/1987 (can't be bothered to work that bit out)
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(Original post by _EMMA_)
i don't really understand this, have never heard about it. where does it come from?
Well it's popularised because it's the numerical form that computers process (basically).

They're all using unsigned integers because it doesn't make sense having negative years old.

I see no one has tried to represent their age in IEEE754 yet, weak.

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I see no one has tried to represent their age in IEEE754 yet, weak.
is that a float type?
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(Original post by elpaw)
is that a float type?
yes, 32 bits should be enough for this purpose.
http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/754/

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But i think i mucked up my age. I'm 18


So it's 10010. Wow i'm great at this :rolleyes: Anyone else want to contribute theirs?
I'm 17 in 8 bit 2s compliment notation i would be: 00010001
in 16 bit floating point representation i would be:
mantissa = 0000000000010001 exponent = 00000100
or 0000000000010001 E 00000100
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Binary: 0001110 / 0000010 / 1010110

Denary: 14 / 2 / 86

Hexadecimal: 0E / 02 / 56
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whats mine?

im 17 yrs old and my birthdate is 09 06 1986
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whats mine?

im 17 yrs old and my birthdate is 09 06 1986
Hia toots....that means that u will be hitting ur 18th soon...bet ya cant wait!!
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Hia toots....that means that u will be hitting ur 18th soon...bet ya cant wait!!
i supose the adults thing is cool. im kjinda dreadin it really. everyone always bangs on about how theyr gettin dead nice presents and avn amazin parties, but im not doin anytin on mine, and im not gettin any presents. (its not all about money its the specialness thing)

but apart form that IL BE LEGAL FOR EVERYTHING!!!!
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