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2024-04-12 10:20:31 GMT by Me [he] on Numeral systems/Number representations [view in context]
`OK, please add Lucas numbers.`
2024-04-12 11:12:41 GMT by Me [he] on Numeral systems/Number representations [view in context]
```I know this looks like spam, but please add:

Fibonacci {option: Starting numbers: _number_, _number_; presets: Fibonacci {1, 2}, Lucas {2, 1}} [The starting numbers (values of last 2 digits).]
Factors {option: Recursive: _checkbox_} [If it is recursive, the exponents are displayed in Factors notation.]
Transfinite ordinals {option: ω=: _number_} [Defines ω (the first transfinite ordinal) as a number, and then works upwards from there. ε_0 is defined to be ω^^ω (a power tower of ω ω's).]
Roman {option: Custom: _checkbox{yes @ Custom numbers: _list⁄_number_ = _text_⁄_, Allow subtraction rules: _checkbox_}_} [If custom numbers are turned on, you can set any number to any string, and toggle subtraction rules.]```
2024-04-12 14:41:50 GMT by Kets [God] on A Text Game [view in context]
`What an I suppose to dooooo you can use north west and east but you cant use south because “U” doesn’t exist.. PLS HELPPPPPPP`
2024-04-12 14:43:05 GMT by Kets [God] on A Text Game [view in context]
`What do i dooooo i know you can use north east and west but you cant use south because you cant use “U” im so confused  :/`
2024-04-12 16:52:13 GMT by chridd [she] on A Text Game [view in context]
`It's possible to abbreviate directions, so "s" will work; however, going "s" isn't necessary.`
2024-04-12 17:07:13 GMT by chridd [she] on Numeral systems/Number representations [view in context]
```Transfinite ordinals aren't a representation of the real numbers, so they wouldn't make sense for this page (there isn't really a way to show them in different bases etc.).  However, I do have an ordinal number calculator: https://chridd.nfshost.com/calc/number-types#ord.  It doesn't support ε₀ yet, I think because I couldn't figure something out.

I can't find information about that particular generalization of Fibonacci coding; I'll have to think more about whether that can work.  (I know about the Lucas numbers, the question is whether/how they'd specifically work with Fibonacci coding.)```