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Short Computation Patterns I

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

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DETAILS

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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