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 Originally Posted by DWarrior Yay, my kind of title! Here's a little of foundations to extend your computer science knowledge: The reason 0s and 1s are used is because, as you said, they can model "off" and "on" (0 for nothing, 1 for something), and it's a lot easier to make a two-state switch than a 3-state switch. The most basic motivation for creating computers is to...compute stuff, and since it's also congruent with my interests, I know a bit of that. Anything more advanced, I'll leave to the computer nerds: All numbers can be represented as binary sequences, so for whole numbers the easiest way is to make each place a power of 2, remember that 2^0 (2 to 0th power) is 1. So 0 is still 0, 1 is still 1, but now 10 is 2 (2*1 + 1*0), 110 is 6 (4*1+2*1+1*0), 1111 is 15 (8*1+4*1+2*1+1*1). You can do all math in binary, it's just a bit strange, and nobody sane remembers a multiplication table in binary. But if you want to add 5+3, in binary it's 101+11=1000. 10-7 is 1010-111=11. Multiplying by 2 is easy as multiplying by 10 in binary: 7*2 is 111*10=1110 And you also have propositional logic, let False = 0, True = 1. A logical variable A takes on only one of two possible values, 0 (for False) or 1 (for True). Define three operations: Given some value A, define ~A (read "not A") as its opposite. So ~0=1, ~1=0. Given A and B, define (A v B) (read "A or B") as 1 if at least one of them is 1. So (0 v 0)=0, but all other cases are 1. Given A and B, define (A ^ B) (read "A and B") as 1 if both of them are 1s, otherwise 0. So (1 ^ 1)=1, everything else is 0. If you imagine A and B as some sort of pipes with water (or wires with electricity), you can construct "logic gates" that will produce flow corresponding to the desired operation. For example, an "OR gate" with input tubes A and B is simply the merging of the two tubes. If water flows through one of them, water will flow out, otherwise nothing. A "NOT gate" with input A would need a separate stream that would flow out if nothing flows out of A or would get deflected if there's a stream at A. Of course, it's much more convenient to manipulate electronic logic gates than pipes with water. This is usually done on a circuit board. We now have the tools to make a very basic adding calculator. Here's one that adds two numbers up to 7: Given two numbers, A and B, write them in binary and each up to three binary digits long (so up to 7), write A as (a3 a2 a1) and B as (b3 b2 b1), where a1 is the first digit of A, a2 is the second digit, and so on. If the numbers are less than 3 digits long, then just tack on 0s on the left (so if A=1, write 001). A+B=C, where C can be up to four digits long, written as (c4 c3 c2 c1). Then the propositional logic formulas for addition are: c1 = (a1 v b1) ^ ~(a1 ^ b1) c2 = (((a1 ^ b1) v ((a2 v b2) ^ ~(a2 ^ b2))) ^ ~((a1 ^ b1) ^ ((a2 v b2) ^ ~(a2 ^ b2)))) c3 = (((((a2 ^ b2) v (a2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))) v (b2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))) v ((a3 v b3) ^ ~(a3 ^ b3))) ^ ~((((a2 ^ b2) v (a2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))) v (b2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))) ^ ((a3 v b3) ^ ~(a3 ^ b3)))) c4 = (((a3 ^ b3) v (a3 ^ (((a2 ^ b2) v (a2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))) v (b2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))))) v (b3 ^ (((a2 ^ b2) v (a2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))) v (b2 ^ (a1 ^ b1))))) If you want to add 2+6, input for A (0, 1, 0) and for B (1, 1, 0), and if you go through the equations, you will see C comes out to be (1, 0, 0, 0), which is just 8 in binary. If you had a circuit board and a bunch of logic gates at your disposal, and batteries/lightbulbs for input and output, you could construct this calculator. In practice, these gates are constructed on a molecular scale, so you have millions of them packed in one chip. (Offline)  10-29-2010, 09:49 AM #15 (permalink) Member   Join Date: Oct 2010 Location: Missouri Posts: 97 I know a little code... My interest in anything a certain douche says? - 000000000000 How do you write out "USA" in code? - #111111111goldmedal How big a douche DWarrior is? - <#\$stretchingtoinfinit y%> ASL Keith! Yeah buddy whooo! (Offline)  10-29-2010, 10:06 AM   #16 (permalink)
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But, would you be able to say yes if people didn't figure out that kind of stuff all those years ago? Just sayin', you can't have Skype Fucking without someone figuring out the computer science, and a whole bunch of other people learning it so they can maintain and grow upon it.
(Offline)  10-29-2010, 10:39 AM #17 (permalink) Junior Member   Join Date: Oct 2010 Posts: 4 This is all well and good but why isn't anyone talking about MEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!! or should I say 11100100100101010000101110101!!!!!! (Offline)  10-29-2010, 11:01 AM   #18 (permalink)
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 This is all well and good but why isn't anyone talking about MEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!! or should I say 11100100100101010000101110101!!!!!!
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Gah, you're a math whiz as well? How'd I ever get so lucky?
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