Robert Lozyniak wrote:
> Are there characters for DUODECIMAL DIGITs TEN and ELEVEN, or
> HEXADECIMAL DIGITs TEN thru FIFTEEN? (Besides LATIN CAPITAL
> LETTERs A thru F)
Some internal character codes and punch-card codes in the '50s and '60s
did indeed contain codes for the digraphs "10" and "11", as can be seen
in Dik Winter's interesting pages beginning at:
I think "duodecimal" is a bit more formally acceptable than "dozenal,"
although the latter is more fun.
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