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Old 2020-10-24, 07:30   #37
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Originally Posted by LaurV View Post
Actually, I believe that 60060 is the best base. It is divisible by a lot of small numbers, and it fits in 16 bits so that you can use an uint32 to multiply two digits in a single clock cycle without loss of precision on many of the 32-bit processors nowadays (like ARM and Cortex M).

Hihi.
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Euh ... to fit in 16 bits it would be 30030 (13#).

Jacob

It it ain't you trolling, but them dozenalers. ;-)
They forget that most humans have 5 digits and two hands, that the supposed benefits of base 12 don't weight up to having (almost) the whole world change their way of counting, and having to replace (almost) all things displaying numbers...

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