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How high can we count...in binary?

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A modification of one of the greatest AVEN Arcade classics made a bit harder by a little twist: Only count with binary numbers.

 

Rules:

Count as high using binary numbers without it being broken by a miscount. If a miscount happens, start again from 1. Because this isn't serious and just for fun, let's not edit posts afterwards.

 

Thank you to @Akui++ for this amazing idea and to @skit` for the original!

 

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0000 0010

 

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0000 0011

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0000 0100

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0000 0101

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0000 0110

 

Why are we only using 8 digits? 

Great game by the way!

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0000 0111

 

Definitely great game. :3

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0000 1001

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0000 1010

Right we are just using an 8 bit word length, we can always add another nibble to the left if the unsigned binary number exceeds 255 in integer notation.

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So far, it's awesome as it is. :3

 

0000 1011

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0000 1100

 

(I actually have no idea what this is and just tried to deduce the next number, I'm sorry that I probably break the streak)

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No you did it well. :3 Binary code is very easy if you use the logical thinking.

 

0000 1101

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0000 1110

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0000 1111

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01100110011011110111010101110010

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What?

 

0001 0000

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0001 0001

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0001 0010? Help? 

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0001 0011

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0001 0100

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0001 0101

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0001 0110

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0001 0111

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0001 1000

 

     16 + 8   = 24
Correct me if I'm wrong but don't break the cycle!

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0001 1001

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0001 1010

    16 8   2

16 + 8 + 2 = 26

See if you can convert to denary but please show your working. If it's wrong don't worry, we only break the cycle if the binary counter is broken. I'll be super impressed if you can convert to hexadecimal! Just one rule: no converters allowed. Free online ones rarely work properly anyway. 

8-bit-binary.png?w=780

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31 minutes ago, Akui++ said:

I'll be super impressed if you can convert to hexadecimal!

I have been learning this in high school. So good to have the diploma in IT sciences :lol:

 

Oh and back to the topic: 0001 1011 :3

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So, if I remember well, the bin-hex conversion would be this:

 

0000 0

0001 1

0010 2

0011 3

0100 4

0101 5

0110 6

0111 7

1000 8

1001 9

1010 A

1011 B

1100 C

1101 D

1110 E

1111 F

 

Please, continue the counting now. ♡ this thread is so much fun. Definitely one of my favourite threads in the entire AVEN.

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 0001 1100

or 1C 

Hexadecimal is just shorthand for binary.

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