Hexadecimal is a way of keeping track of numbers in code. It's frequently used in old games for stuff like the NES, and SNES. It uses the common 0-9 as well as A-F, as numbers, to expand it's variety of numbers to use, and sorta compress the capabilities a bit or something like that... I dunno the real reason, all I know is that Hexadecimal Numbers are pretty rad.
Because I don't have a great way of telling you how this works exactly, if you need a way to figure out what number is what, use this. [X
Now, for the record, we start with 0, not 1!
Also, once we hit the finish, I will
increase the cap, so don't go any further. And those extra zeros are
there for a reason. OK? OK.Banned users
Ignore these people's additions to the game.
Anyways, I shall start.