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Letters to numbers (Posted on 2004-02-13) Difficulty: 3 of 5
64 = M
3 = R
154___ = DP
3 = R
50= N

What number goes in the blank? (Hint: It's not 84!)

See The Solution Submitted by Gamer    
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re: getting desperate... for you to solve it! | Comment 21 of 35 |
(In reply to getting desperate... for you to solve it! by Gamer)

This is unlikely, since solving it would have required specialized programming knowledge, but this could simply be an assembler program instruction, complete with two operands, both of which are addressed by register 3. 64 might be the instruction op code...

DP is the well known assemply language "Divide Decimal" (Divide Pack) command. M is binary multiply, or 64=M could mean "Machine instruction with op code 64"....



  Posted by Penny on 2004-02-19 21:14:12

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