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# Count to 100 before a Mod, Supermod, or Admin posts Mk XVII watch

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2. (Original post by Minerva)
In which case you will have to explain the sequence of numbers to me. I failed Maths A level, you know
So it starts simply enough 1,2,3,4,5... but then you effectively use 10=A, 11=B through to 15=F.

So...
1
2
...
9
A (=10)
B
C
D
E
F (=15)
10 (=16)
11
...
19 (=25)
1A
1B (=27)
...
1F (=31)
20 (=32)
...
29 (=41)
2A
2B (=43)
...
9F (=159)
AA
AB (=161)
...
FE (=254)
FF
100
101 (=257)
...

Of course this means that to count to '100', they'd actually have to have 256 consecutive posts (*evil laugh*).
3. (Original post by fluteflute)
In Computer
Science, we normally start counting at zero...
Mods are zero
4. 0.
5. (Original post by fluteflute)
So it starts simply enough 1,2,3,4,5...
Oh yeah? I'd never remember all that.... let alone actually understand it!

Of course this means that to count to '100', they'd actually have to have 256 consecutive posts (*evil laugh*).
Sounds like a plan
6. (Original post by fluteflute)
This thread would be more interesting if counting was done in binary...

(Original post by Minerva)
Been there, tried that
Indeed... we got to 100 in record time.
7. one
8. Two.
9. 1 2 3 4 ..... 98 99 100

10. (Original post by ranbow99)
1 2 3 4 ..... 98 99 100

You don't want all the Mods neg repping you... that would hurt
11. (Original post by fluteflute)
You don't want all the Mods neg repping you... that would hurt
ok

1
12. (Original post by fluteflute)
You don't want all the Mods neg repping you... that would hurt
I got her back, and her "I".

(Original post by ranbow99)
ok

1
13. 3
14. 4.
15. 0

16. 1
17. *Sigh*

FUUUUUU-

2.

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