The last decimal digit is now very close to the third letter.The standard European blue band has been added on the left side, with the European flag motif (12 yellow stars) and the country code I. Another blue band was added, on the right side, bearing a yellow circle with the year of registration.…

Each element, a through m, was originally intended to be a single decimal digit.As inventories grew in complexity, element g became alphanumeric, beginning with capital A for certain newly added items.…

Some instructions, such as the B (branch) instruction, only used the P Address, and later smart assemblers included a "B7" instruction that generated an 7-digit branch instruction (op code, P address, and one extra digit because the next instruction had to start on an even-numbered digit).Fixed-point data "words" could be any size from two decimal digits up to all of memory not used for other purposes.…

The hartley, a unit of information equal to one decimal digit, is named after him.

For example, the passenger in the second seat of the third bus on the second aircraft carrier (address 2-3-2) would raise the 2nd odd prime (5) to 49, which is the result of the 3rd odd prime (7) being raised to the power of his seat number (2).This room number would have over thirty decimal digits.The interleaving method can be used with three interleaved "strands" instead of two.…

The factors could be up to eight decimal digits long.The 601 was introduced in 1931 and was the first IBM machine that could do multiplication.…

The Remington Rand 409 control panel programmed punched card calculator, designed in 1949, was sold in two models: the UNIVAC 60 (1952) and the UNIVAC 120 (1953).The model number referred to the number of decimal digits of vacuum tube memory storage provided for data.…

Except for the 1620, these machines used word addressing.When non-numeric characters were used in these machines, they were encoded as two decimal digits.Other early computers were character oriented, but provided instructions for performing arithmetic on strings of character that consisted of decimal numerals.…

This function returns a new array containing the given number as a string of decimal digits.

The number of digits (or bits) of precision also limits the set of rational numbers that can be represented exactly.For example, the number 123456789 cannot be exactly represented if only eight decimal digits of precision are available.When a number is represented in some format (such as a character string) which is not a native floating-point representation supported in a computer implementation, then it will require a conversion before it can be used in that implementation.…

"Cipher" was later used for any decimal digit, even any number.

The main memory consisted of 1000 words of 12 characters.When representing numbers, they were written as 11 decimal digits plus sign.The 1000 words of memory consisted of 100 channels of 10-word mercury delay line registers.…

Primes for which there are more prime permutations of some or all the decimal digits than for any smaller number.

Primes that remain the same when their decimal digits are read backwards.

Primes which become a different prime when their decimal digits are reversed.

The following table shows the largest known AP-k with the year of discovery and the number of decimal digits in the ending prime.

One hartley is the information content of an event if the probability of that event occurring is 1/10.It is therefore equal to the information contained in one decimal digit (or dit).…

The unit of information was therefore the decimal digit, much later renamed the hartley in his honour as a unit or scale or measure of information.Alan Turing in 1940 used similar ideas as part of the statistical analysis of the breaking of the German second world war Enigma ciphers.…

Ralph Hartley's 1928 paper, Transmission of Information, uses the word "information" as a measurable quantity, reflecting the receiver's ability to distinguish one sequence of symbols from any other.The natural unit of information was therefore the decimal digit, much later renamed the hartley in his honour as a unit or scale or measure of information.Alan Turing in 1940 used similar ideas as part of the statistical analysis of the breaking of the German second world war Enigma ciphers.…

These use as much of the computer's memory as is necessary to store the numbers; however, a computer has only a finite amount of storage, so they too can only represent a finite subset of the mathematical integers.These schemes support very large numbers, for example one kilobyte of memory could be used to store numbers up to 2466 decimal digits long.A Boolean or Flag type is a type which can represent only two values: 0 and 1, usually identified with false and true respectively.…