|Anteres||Date: Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014, 6:44 PM | Message # 1|
|I, being an advocate for the use of the Dozenal (duodecimal) system, suggest that, rather than using the unwieldy A & B, we use the dozenal digits. Dec, or ten, is written either using a cursive X or an inverted 2, however, since I have yet to find a way of typing the inverted two I use the "X". El (eleven) is written as a reversed three or as a cursive E. I use E for the same reason I use X. Using these, I believe, is simpler than using A and B as they may be confused for hexadecimal numerals.