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comment Why use other number bases when programming
Well, unless the other base you are considering is base 2, or a power of 2, (4, 8, 16, etc.) any arguments that involve performance or avoiding translation from one base to another are specious, since, unless the actual hardware is based on transistors that have that many distinct states, all numbers eventually have to be translated into base 2 to be represented on the hardware.
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answered Should 'mathematical' functions follow mathematical notation?
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answered Naming conventions: camelCase versus underscore_case ? what are your thoughts about it?
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