Short Computation Patterns I

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Generate interesting nested patterns with these short computations that combine simple math functions in different ways. The function values are represented by coloring the cells.

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The inputs for the functions are and values ranging from -100 to 100.

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Contributed by: Daniel de Souza Carvalho (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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The function converts an integer into a binary number with 8 digits; for example, if , :

Function 1 subtracts two numbers and written in binary, counts the number of zeros, and compares that with a given number , returning 0 or 1:

Function 2 subtracts two numbers and written in binary, counts the number of zeros, and checks if that is greater then a given number , returning 0 or 1:

Function 3 subtracts two numbers and written in binary, counts the number of ones, and compares that with a given number , returning 0 or 1:



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