A "joke" that I like :-)

@erou this is the sort if humor that I'm here for.

@Gwiggs The drawing was posted on https://www.reddit.com/r/ProgrammerHumor/, maybe you can find more jokes that you like there 🙂.

@erou took me a second. Would we have to come up with a universal base notation? Maybe in binary? Base 10 is 1010 and base 4 is 100

@erou I'm overthinking this now

@medic Yep I guess this would work, or naming bases with roman numbers like @anathem suggested, or with sticks!

Base IV or base IIII 🙂

@erou I once played an alien with four digits on each hand in a Star Wars #ttrpg. Confused the hell out of the other players the first time I counted, "5, 6, 7, 10."

I dunno about them, but *I* thought it was hilarious.

@erou @xor I propose to denote bases using roman numerals. Just to define the base using a baseless system.

@erouBaseball is not base 10

@erou there are 10 lights

@polychrome Is it base 10 (in base ten), base 2, Gray code, or base x?

@erou

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Gwiggs@Gwiggs@elekk.xyz@erou this is the sort if humor that I'm here for.