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Tsahìk ayholpxayä - Shaman of numbers [Android App]

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Vawmataw:
It doesn't really matter if 8 is the first or the last digit, it's forbidden to use it.

It could basically work this way:

 15 + 13 = 28
 Display 28 -> error
 28 =  20 + 8 -> 20 + 10 -> 30

 15 + 14 = 29
 Display 29 -> error
 29 = 20 + 9 -> 20 + 11 -> 31

But again, I can't write a single line of code.

Tìtstewan:
That's a pretty cool app! :D



--- Quote from: ´eveng te atan on April 21, 2019, 05:35:24 pm ---I think it impossible to change that the right way, because the app doesn´t know if you want to type just an 8 or (for example) 8123...
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Not sure how much effort it will take, but why not just adding a switch function, decimal interface <-> octal interface?

I just downloaded and played a bit with it. It works on Android 9. :)

I see, some words are generated by a kind of word list. I'd like to mention to have a look at following comment by Pawl:
Source: http://naviteri.org/2014/03/value-and-worth/#comment-2669
---
100 (64) = zam
101 = zamaw (za.MAW)
102 = zamun (za.MUN)
103 = zapey (za.PEY)
104 = zasìng (za.SÌNG)
105 = zamrr (za.MRR)
106 = zafu (za.FU)
107 = zahin (za.HIN)
110 = zavol (ZA.vol)
111 = zavolaw (za.vo.LAW) . . .


And on one thing I am not really sure, but just check out the screenshot. Perhaps there is need a few work on the UI. :-\

Tirea Aean:
What you could do is, when it is expecting octal input, it shows a different keypad, which does not have [8] and [9] buttons at all. But when it is expecting Decimal input, it shows a keypad which has [8] and [9]

For logic inspiration, you could have a look at how Fwew does octal/decimal input/output which is in a file called numbers.go here (numbers.go is inspired by source code of https://learnnavi.org/navi-numbers)

I do wonder as well if dict-na'vi recordings would be easier/better to use if possible.

Still a pretty awesome app :D :D

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