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22290[Clip] Re: Finding gaps in a sequence

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  • Eb
    Dec 2 6:32 AM
      Yes, I was still confused by my earlier attempt to convert character codes to hex codes using ascii.

      My test clip still had elements of hex code in it.

      Color me embarrassed.


      --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, Art Kocsis <artkns@...> wrote:
      > At 11/30/2011 13:28, Eb wrote:
      > >The alphabet is like a base-26 number set (English aplhabet), after
      > >shifting a to zero. Straight conversion to numbers creates gaps, where it
      > >rolls to the next digit, i.e. aaz --> aba has a gap of 26!, the value of
      > >the next digit, and azz to baa has a gap much larger!
      > If I am interpreting correctly what you said here, the statement is not
      > correct - there is no gap using the alphabet as symbols for a base 26
      > numbering system.
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