I was wondering if:
I add all the bits of a string of binary and I divide by however many bits I have total, then round, do I get the average bit of the binary?
So for 0:
110000
The average bit is 0. See what I'm going for?
Thanks!
I was wondering if:
I add all the bits of a string of binary and I divide by however many bits I have total, then round, do I get the average bit of the binary?
So for 0:
110000
The average bit is 0. See what I'm going for?
Thanks!
What are you trying to accomplish?
oh I've since then concluded that I was right about my hypothesis. The regularity of 0's and 1's in binary supports it.
Thanks though!
I'm building an extrapolator. It takes (or doesn't, ideally it will run off of constants and be fully automatic) input and generates output greater than the input that represents the input consistently. So like you could ask the computer a question and it would give you an answer. Currently it will answer with a 0 or a 1, and can answer with binary up to the binary given through the input (what the input is when translated to binary), and can even be incremented to somewhat be extrapolating, but still needs some work.
So ultimately what I want is a content generator that would generate whole websites and any other output. Just have to figure out the patterns from here and apply them and I'm done!
I’m calling the NSA right now ... I think you’re an alien from another planet 🤪
Hahaha! Check this dude!
If I take some string, lets say for simplicity an "a", and I break it down to average bits, so starting with the full binary value of "a":
1100001
110000
11000
1100
100
10
0
Now if I go back up from there!!
How do they make like lets say the letter "a"?
Yea but I mean what is the whole (yea its a little out of hand, but some are brave-hearted line of logic from 0 to the lowercase letter a? Like I made this script that goes:
Dont be
then figure out whether to use a or b (based on input already given ("Dont be "))
menace.
And it works! It correctly says "Dont be a menace.".
Now what I want to do is extrapolate that whole process so it generates sentences, commands, etc. out of nowhere.
Javascript (for no particular reason