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Re: Another Pi Language
« on: January 12, 2018, 01:12:04 am »
I like that you implemented the pi language that works with the bits of pi...because they're the same as the bits of tau, just bit-shifted! ;D
Well, that's true. Since multiplying by 2 in binary shifts the decimal point and index 0 is the most significant bit of the number, it doesn't care where the point is and the language shouldn't change a bit if tau is used, or any multiple of 2x for that matter.

That would be interesting to see a language based on e or √2, though.
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