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# We learn the nibbles

Here's a simple and playful way to memorise the sixteen hexadecimal numbers, along with their binary representations. Perfect for the bathroom wall!

With a little help from openclipart.org.

Posted Sunday 25-Mar-2012 17:46

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Anonymous
Thu 29-Mar-2012 08:39
Lovely, this goes on the wall of my daughters bedroom :)

She is only 6 weeks, but hey! Start early they say.

Cheers,
Pontus.
Anonymous
Mon 7-May-2012 02:53
I love this! Haha Thanks!
Anonymous
Wed 7-Nov-2012 13:46
<3
Anonymous
Wed 28-Nov-2012 22:06
How does this work?
Octopus is 8, 8 is 0100, how does that help me remember that 8 is 0100?
Anonymous
Thu 29-Nov-2012 04:59
How does this work?
Octopus is 8, 8 is 0100, how does that help me remember that 8 is 0100?

8 is 1000, and the octopus is in the 4th position with no other critters thus 1000.
Anonymous
Tue 5-Aug-2014 00:53
"Octopus" obviously implies "eight", and "cat" sounds like the French word for "four", but what mnemonic do the squirrel and the heron offer?
Anonymous
Tue 5-Aug-2014 00:58
And only after posting that do I notice that the heron is standing on one leg. It's the number of legs that is the mnemonic, and "cat" sounding like "quatre" is just a coincidence.
Anonymous
Fri 8-Aug-2014 18:17
Just observe the legs ;)