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# Stumblers Who Commented On This Page

## JMac81

### Jason

Changes the values assigned to the left hand (1-16, 32-512). If this is meant for beginners, it's probably just confusing. If you already know binary, I don't see how it's useful.

## Sirtalksalot

### Sirtalksalot

So that's how those nerds do it.

## Jint3i

### ‽☠Victor☠‽

Learn to count in binary? Duh...

## PsyKoWeeZeL

### PsyKoWeeZeL

What the fuck am I supposed to do with this.

## Kirro

### Miles

Except some of these are impossible to do without holding your hand against a surface or holding the fingers with another hand.

## Yuffles

### Yuffles

I have known of this method for counting in binary for a long time. This site does a great job at explaining it with pictures.

Being able to count in binary is a skill that should be taught in math class, as it helps students understand the fundamentals of math. Just because base 10 is the global standard for mathematics, binary and hexadecimal are useful for many things. Even octal has seen a recent uprising in usage, and the system for representing octal digits can be make arithmetic remarkably easy.

## tsmason

### Tim

00100 to you too.

## kiki2friki

### kiki2friki

00100

## civver

## civver

Here's a "4" for this site.