: of, relating to, or being a number system with a base of eight
Examples of octal in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebEach neural core is composed of two octal compute cores (OC), each of which has eight digital in-memory compute cores where weights are stored, and matrix multiplication is performed.
Karl Freund, Forbes, 21 June 2022 To clean things up, a final sequence was entered:
VERB 21 ENTER, NOUN 1 ENTER, 1010 ENTER, 77 ENTER
Reversing the first step in the hack, MODREG was set back to 77 octal (63 decimal).
Frank O’brien, Ars Technica, 30 Jan. 2020 The crew entered: VERB 11 ENTER, NOUN 10 ENTER, 30 ENTER
VERB 11 was a request to monitor octal data in the first of the DSKY's three display registers.
Frank O’brien, Ars Technica, 30 Jan. 2020
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