On the Subject of 26

Who knew putting in the same number was so... surprisingly simple.

  • The module displays a number in base 64. Submit the number back to the module in binary.
  • Hold the green button to submit, and the other one to reset the input.
  • The corresponding binary for each character is displayed in the table below. Concatenate the binaries for each character in order and remove any leading zeroes.
  • A strike will reset the module.
  • 'l' and 'I' look similar on the module. 'l' will have a little tail.
  • '0' and 'O' look similar on the module. '0' will have a slash through it.
Index Character Index Character Index Character Index Character
000000 A 010000 Q 100000 g 110000 w
000001 B 010001 R 100001 h 110001 x
000010 C 010010 S 100010 i 110010 y
000011 D 010011 T 100011 j 110011 z
000100 E 010100 U 100100 k 110100 0
000101 F 010101 V 100101 l 110101 1
000110 G 010110 W 100110 m 110110 2
000111 H 010111 X 100111 n 110111 3
001000 I 011000 Y 101000 o 111000 4
001001 J 011001 Z 101001 p 111001 5
001010 K 011010 a 101010 q 111010 6
001011 L 011011 b 101011 r 111011 7
001100 M 011100 c 101100 s 111100 8
001101 N 011101 d 101101 t 111101 9
001110 O 011110 e 101110 u 111110 +
001111 P 011111 f 101111 v 111111 /