decimal digits

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  • The last decimal digit is now very close to the third letter.
  • Each element, a through m, was originally intended to be a single decimal 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.
  • This room number would have over thirty decimal digits.
  • The factors could be up to eight decimal digits long.
  • The model number referred to the number of decimal digits of vacuum tube memory storage provided for data.
  • When non-numeric characters were used in these machines, they were encoded as two decimal digits.
  • This function returns a new array containing the given number as a string of decimal digits.
  • For example, the number 123456789 cannot be exactly represented if only eight decimal digits of precision are available.
  • "Cipher" was later used for any decimal digit, even any number.
  • When representing numbers, they were written as 11 decimal digits plus sign.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • These schemes support very large numbers, for example one kilobyte of memory could be used to store numbers up to 2466 decimal digits long.
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