# Conservative Hex Drift Machine

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A machine that returns four bits for translated hexadecimals while keeping the number of 1-bits constant is called a conservative hex drift machine.

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Contributed by: Michael Schreiber (March 2011)

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## Details

There are driftable hex machines. Among those 18446744073709551616 rules, the number of distinct conservative rules is 3057647616. The number of loop rules is 24×720×24 = 414720.

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"Conservative Hex Drift Machine"

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Published: March 7 2011