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:: I do what Google tells me to do, and it tells me to use ''0b''.  And Google has enough money to make it correct.  :p --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 15:47, 19 April 2007 (PDT)
 
:: I do what Google tells me to do, and it tells me to use ''0b''.  And Google has enough money to make it correct.  :p --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 15:47, 19 April 2007 (PDT)
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:::My impression of you from your contributions to the Wiki are generally positive; don't make me change my mind by insisting on getting into a pissing contest. K? Thanks. [[User:Gopher|Gopher]] 15:49, 19 April 2007 (PDT)

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wow your list of languages is amazingKingpomba 08:03, 23 March 2006 (PST)

Huh?

Buddy13 FW16.png Where'd you go? I hope you haven't disappeared; you're the biggest contributer here. We need you. I don't think those episodes will ever get done without you. Come back. *cries*

[Gopher]: Not gone, just been kindof busy lately. I'll be back. :)

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arent u not supposed 2 have pix in ur signature?

arent u not supposed 2 have pictures in ur signature? or woz that just in wikipedia not the infosphere?

--[[User:Kozmic sk8r|kozmic|sk8r]] 03:11, 3 February 2007 (PST)

His signature is a single image. Standards here are that you can have two personal images (for use on your user page) and one small image for use in your sig. — Buddy13 FW16.png

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Actually, binary is actually written 0bbinary and not binaryb, just letting you know. --SvipTalk 15:17, 19 April 2007 (PDT)

Actually, if you must be anal, that is a language-dependent issue. In some computer languages, 0b## is used, while others use ###b. In mathematics, base is generally indicated as a subscript following the number indicating the base (the subscript itself is always expressed in base 10). Since all computer representations, including 0b## and ##b, are relatively new and designed to bypass the common limitiation of computers which do not allow the use of subscripts in raw text, technically the traditional mathematical expression would be "correct" if you wanted to get technical, and all other expressions are only correct if they are in the context of a given computer language. Gopher 15:45, 19 April 2007 (PDT)
I do what Google tells me to do, and it tells me to use 0b. And Google has enough money to make it correct. :p --SvipTalk 15:47, 19 April 2007 (PDT)
My impression of you from your contributions to the Wiki are generally positive; don't make me change my mind by insisting on getting into a pissing contest. K? Thanks. Gopher 15:49, 19 April 2007 (PDT)