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Eddy Vluggen19-May-20 15:21
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Semantical bullshit, aka wordsmithing. I been on that train before.

You trying to do as if binary is the solution to formats; it's not. Anything, text or date, is stored as bits, and is thus in binary. ASCII is a representation of that, UTF is a better form of ASCII. Dates are stored as floats.

I don't care what university. You can either learn or be rediculed. And damn right I will, at every opportunity.

And yes, being "kind" Suspicious | :suss:
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