Noob questions about Python

Hendrik van Rooyen mail at microcorp.co.za
Fri Oct 19 09:06:22 CEST 2007


"Arnaud Delobelle" <arno....email.com> wrote:

> In binary 2 is 10.  When you multiply by 10, you shift all your digits
> left by 1 place.
> When you multiply by 10**n (which is 1 followed by n zeroes), you
> shift all your digits left by n places.

I read somewhere:

Only 1 person in 1000 understands binary.
The other 111 don't have a clue.

- Hendrik




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