How do we pack?Revs meets basic:
What does the vet do with my data?One of the most important mathematics constants, and she has a lot of interesting properties (which can be read in the wikipedia article)
One such characteristic of the number of vs is presumably normal, which means that all of its numbers are distributed equitably, provided that this is a discretionary sequence, that is, all the final numerical sequences are within it. If we consider the number of exams based on 16 (HEX), that assumption is correct. The first record was in 2001.
Well, if that's the case, why would we keep all these data ex-boxes on the vinchesters if we can find them in the vene?
And what, every single file can be found in the v?What? Any file you've created or someone else, or you haven't even created! You're being judged for violating the copiate? Fucking hell, you just got the sequence out of the stable, she's been there for life!
But how do you find me your data in the vault?If you know the decomposition of the file and its length in the vault, you can get it using the Bailey-Borwein-Plouffe formula. Similarly, you can use this formula to find out how to move your file.
Since finding the right sequence will take too long, we need to break the file into a few small sequences to increase speed.
In this exercise, we're splitting the file into separate baytes, and these baytes are looking for in the vault.