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Every base is base 10
  • If you are working in a different number system with other people ten loses its unique meaning just like any word that has another technical meaning.

    In code 0x10 is hex 10 (what you'd call sixteen), but in spoken technical English you don't need to pronounce the 0x

  • Every base is base 10
  • I don't see the need to bring values into this, this is about the naming of number systems. We really have no more claim to ten being this many (..........) than hexadecimal people have to claim ten has this many (................)

  • Every base is base 10
  • Every base has ten, but it's made of two digits

    Binary 0, 1, 10 Ternary 0, 1, 2, 10 ... Decimal 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Hex 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F, 10

    Each has the right count of digits for its base before you go two-digit - binary has two (0, 1), etc

  • Medieval Doomsday Weapon
  • Melee area effect weapons. There's a wand of fireball in Balders Gate 3 that is bent and has melee range. This is like that, but the fire is only analogous to fire and the effect lasts longer and does damage slower

  • I cast Hold Person, then attack with my warhammer.
  • No, you could be doomed both ways, or safe both ways, or there may be more or fewer than two doors, more or fewer than two brothers, they may not be brothers, maybe none of them are truthful etc

    When your conversation partner is chaotic/* you can't trust what they say

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    Pronouns: any. You can't get it wrong

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