# Thread: ID Num

1. ## ID Num

I have a question to ask here.There is a formula to calculate a certain ID num but i don't how to do it? any guidance?

Example.

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
^ ^ V V ^ ^ V ^

8=^
7=^
6=V
5=V
4=^
3=^
2=V
1=^
Easy for you to see.

if ^ = no value
if V = value.

with all the symbol of V= it shows ID num 50 all above.
how to get it?i heard by using power of 2 to get the id num.
i can't get it anyway. pls direct me to get a id num of 55.
thanks.. quite urgent!

2. 8=^
7=^
6=V
5=V
4=^
3=^
2=V
1=^

Oh come on, this is just binary
00110010 = 50

3. Salem,

teach me how to get the id num of 55?
pls i want to know it....

what figures represent 1 ?

come on.. i forget all already...
plssssssssss..............

4. no comment

5. Stop asking us to do your homework. I can't believe Salem just gave it to you like that.

6. mmm, bit obvious isn't it - fixed...

7. Hey,come on

at least can u direct me or tell me how to calculate it?
any method? this is a not a homework, plsss... trust me!

Thanks,really need help

8. Dude, if its on add it together.. if its off then dont include it.....
And its in powers of two. Think of it as a binary system. Google binary.

If the place number is 8 the multiply 2 8 times. ( 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 ).

9. > this is a not a homework, plsss... trust me!
No, the scary thing is that it appears that this is your job

A job for which you've been using this board (and I'd guess many others so as to not wear out your welcome) as your own personal tech-support forum.

You've only ever asked TWO (count 'em) actual C++ questions, and those were back in 1991. Ever since, it's been random tech support questions all the way.

10. Salem,
Is that means that i'm not welcomed over here?
I'm just learning and when i'm encountered problem? i straight go to this forum.I do admit that i'm still studying but i deny that this is the homework,ok.

11. wow salem, that is the prefect explination!
it all make sense now, i thought her questions
were kind of werid and asked in a strange
manner.

12. Originally Posted by Joanna
Salem,
Is that means that i'm not welcomed over here?
I'm just learning and when i'm encountered problem? i straight go to this forum.I do admit that i'm still studying but i deny that this is the homework,ok.

d00der... just take the answer that was already given to you and use it... the whole point he's trying to make (I assume) is that we'll help you along as long as you pull your own weight... we're not here to simply give you the answer, and we're not going to do that because we want you to learn... the answer to your question is: it's binary. look up a little about binary and figure the rest out yourself.

if we give you this answer, you'll never know how to get it again if you ever forget, but if we show you how to get the answer, you'll be able to derive it whenever you need to.

in other words:

give a man a fish, you feed him for a night. teach a man how to catch a fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

13. Originally Posted by Joanna
Is that means that i'm not welcomed over here?
Unlike the rest, I'm not gonna be nice: Yes thats exactly what it means.

14. > I'm just learning and when i'm encountered problem? i straight go to this forum
Which is exactly how your posts read - you come here for every single problem you have without even thinking about the problem yourself or even trying to use google.

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-...ns.html#before

15. Originally Posted by Salem
8=^
7=^
6=V
5=V
4=^
3=^
2=V
1=^

Oh come on, this is just binary
00110010 = 50
anything with ^ is 0 (zero)
anything with v is 1 (one)

00110010

read from the right side: (see pic below)

32+16+2 = 50

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