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Author Topic: Trying to teach myself a little bit more than GBZ80  (Read 59 times)

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Evie (retired from head adminship)

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Trying to teach myself a little bit more than GBZ80
« on: February 09, 2020, 05:40:02 am »
Hi :) I noticed 0.84765625 x2.56 = 2.17 (may just be coincidental find). From reading . So, take Python; how can we use this to convert long decimal numbers to pure binary and print the outcome (for a project I'm doing). Thanks.

Edits: The article mentions 1101 1001, which is that 217 number. So some kind of in theoretical calculus method that could be part of the system. Edits: This may be what I need for now hmm?
« Last Edit: February 09, 2020, 08:20:06 am by Evie (retired from head adminship) »

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✿ Hi, I'm Evie. No longer active here other than to answer questions, messages. Sorry I've had to step down and have demoted myself (will explain later). I suggest contacting Photon-Phoenix/Yuzihax, and Abwayax.

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