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1337 for mathematic1ans.

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Pi = E.lAIZq

Z 4 Z=A

etc, ad 8um.

MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 02 2012

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       Seems more like Mathematics for Leet fans.
csea, Nov 02 2012
  

       Funnily enough, those are both syntactically valid statements in several different programming languages.
ytk, Nov 02 2012
  

       Oop wrong room. my bad   

       // mathematic1ans //   

       Sp. "mathemat1c1ans"
8th of 7, Nov 03 2012
  

       Good point, [Bth of Z]
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 03 2012
  

       3 || /\/\s34[]d   

       (;,,,(= n00b: Y wd pi sh4pt _craft n33d t3h l4nd z0n3 qre?   

       _|_ .|. (@)
pashute, Nov 03 2012
  

       I have no idea what is taking place here. But it can't be good.
sqeaketh the wheel, Nov 03 2012
  

       wikipedia for Leet   

       pi = 3.1415   

       2+2=4
pashute, Nov 04 2012
  

       That much was obvious. What I still don't get is why our elite mathematician would choose one false statement and one true one.
spidermother, Nov 04 2012
  

       For balance of course. Truth is nothing without falsehood.
pocmloc, Nov 04 2012
  

       how many Ians do we have here?
po, Nov 04 2012
  

       I think the answer to that is a complex number.
RayfordSteele, Nov 04 2012
  

       No ~ one false + one true = 0
xandram, Nov 05 2012
  
      
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