Base 32

This article is about the positional numerical system. For the content encoding scheme, see Base32.

Base 32 or duotrigesimal is a numeral system with 32 as its base.

Natural language

Ngiti is reported to have a base 32 numeral system with base-4 cycles.[1] The following is a list of some Ngiti numerals.

Number Numeral
1 atdí
2 ɔyɔ
3 ìbhu
4 ì
8 àrù
12 otsi
16 ɔpi
20 àbà
24 àròtsí
28 àdzòro
32 wǎdhì
64 ɔyɔ wǎdhì
96 ìbhu wǎdhì
128 ìfɔ wǎdhì

Computing

Base32 is an encoding scheme using base 32.

References


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