From ajag on 12.03.2002, 21:09: lost and scared...and kinda hungry first off, i'm brandspanking new to the wonderful world of tracking and such... 
From alk on 12.03.2002, 21:25: I'm sure there are tracker tutorials out there.. however feel free to call into #psycle on efnet and pick our brains 
From ajag on 14.03.2002, 02:43: efnet??? sorry to be such an ignoramus...but how would i go about doing that 
From FingerSoup on 14.03.2002, 04:38: Ahh... Let me introduce you to the ways of the tracker.

From ksn on 14.03.2002, 09:30: hello ajag ! did you try the "upwego" tutorial on the docs page ?

From Pikari on 14.03.2002, 17:04: Fingersoup: I still have the tutorial in my mIRC/downloads folder. So just send me your mail address (private message).

From ajag on 14.03.2002, 17:12: thanks fingersoup... 
From FingerSoup on 15.03.2002, 00:16: Well, If you want to learn compuspeak, heres some: code: So if a computer was counting our fingers and toes we would have A fingers and A toes. If you see 2 hex digits next to each other, just put the binary representation after one another then convert to decimal. BD = 1011 1101 Converting Binary to Decimal and vice versa, is easy. Make a chart of the powers of 2, starting from 128 code: you add up the numbers where there are 1's. therefore 128+32+16+8+4+2+1 = 189 To convert to binary, start at 128 and divide. Place the whole number result under the number you divided, then work with the remainder (modulus). If modulus (mod) is 0, fill in the rest of the columns with 0's. 189 / 128 = 1 mod 61 61 / 64 = 0 mod 61 61 / 32 = 1 mod 29 29 / 16 = 1 mod 13 13 / 8 = 1 mod 5 5 / 4 = 1 mod 1 1 / 2 = 0 mod 1 1 / 1 = 1 mod 0 Thus you get: 1011 1101 which is BD in hex So as an exercise, let us know What the following geekrelated values are in Hex: 27 (the age at which famous artists die Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain) 42 (the answer to life, the universe and everything) 69 (To quote Monty Python, life can be fine...) 192 (The amount of memory in my computer, because I can't think of any more geeky numbers ) And convert the following to Decimal E3 AD BC 42 (this is Hex)

From [JAZ] on 15.03.2002, 11:05: LOL! X·DDDDDDDDDDD

From Pikari on 15.03.2002, 15:08: Well, what can I say.. excuse me for posting here instead of using a PM :I

From FingerSoup on 16.03.2002, 00:01: [JAZ]  I may be a computer Studies student, but I'm also a Sailing instructor. I enjoy teaching. Gives me a better understanding of What I'm doing. That's why I volunteered for that article. I'll post it to Static Line ASAP, and if it's OK with Coplan, I'll post it here as well.

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