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    Looks nice! I have also started to program in openGL and Im doing some of these things myself but I use my own fileformat for that.

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    you can use complex base 1 and it functions similarly to base 2, except you can have an infinite series of sequences and it will only correspond to a single bit. for example, the byte:

    10101010

    base bit can correspond to an infinitely long series (some taylor series or something) and if the exponent is even, then it evaluates to a 1 bit (or vice versa0

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoD
    base 1 gives me a migrane like no other. Hope the info i gave u last week in the gaming forum helped! Good one : )
    this is what we call RoD's sad attemp to get some credit....hehe


    BTW....really cool Xterria - congrats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silvercord
    base bit can correspond to an infinitely long series (some taylor series or something) and if the exponent is even, then it evaluates to a 1 bit (or vice versa0
    So, you're saying that 00 evaluates to 1, and so does 0000, but 0 and 000 would evaluate to 0? I think my explanation makes more sense.
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    Strangely, uh... I'm a big fan of base ten... :P


    I guess that makes me a good...er...person?

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    Base -5 is the coolest system. You start with infinite 4's, and you subtract as you get higher.

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