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Topic: zero and one
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William Elliot

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Re: zero and one
Posted: Sep 28, 2017 5:02 AM
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On Thu, 28 Sep 2017, The Starmaker wrote:

> You got zero, then one.
> Zero can stand for Off, and one can stand for On.

Wrong. Zero is woman; one is man.

> Then, what does zero and one stand for?

10 is marriage.
As 01 = 1, it's important that 1 be first for a full value marriage.

Some write 0 with 1 through it (blush).

> If you have the number 0,1
> then the number between 0,1 would be 01
> So, it would looke like this: 0, 01, 1
> So, it would read, zero, zero and one, one.
> That is how a computer would compute those numbers.
> So, does the "01" in 0, 01, 1 mean? ... does it mean Maybe?

Thou hast digitfidgitalous.

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