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Thu Feb 24 13:45:28 CET 2011


The above number thus has 5 digits in this base, four are zero and the high=
est one is one.<br>
Furthermore, the first digit is the lowest one.<br>
If you inspect the number it might become clearer.<br>
<br>
Any #digitAt: has to depend on the base you use to represent the number, th=
is one doesn&#39;t, so it seems to be useful only to return internal parts =
of a number.<br>
<br>
HTH,<br>
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Sven<br>
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