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Ok, so this isn’t a “puzzle” like a riddle. It’s just something that’s confusing the hell out of me. I want you to try something (or a short list of somethings).
> 1. Create a new folder (or pick one you can make stuff in without messing something up).
> 2. Create 4 text files and name them “000n.txt”, “00n0.txt”, “0n00.txt” and “n000.txt”. Those are zeroes.
> 3. Now sort by name.
> 4. Post your results if they haven’t been posted already.
Ok, so, one would reasonably assume they’d be sorted in the order I just listed them, right? Yet, I don’t get that order. And in fact, I ran this experiment once before and got at least 3 different sorts of those files. Can anyone give a reasonable explanation for this? Does Linux or Mac have any similar issues?
works how it should on a mac also i’m just curious why were you nameing somthing 000n and 00n0 and stuff
also i knew how to make that thingy in the video and if you want to know how heres a video that i didn’t make
It was an overhead view of a card table. Players were sitting at it, and it was a bad web game so instead of layering the images we just made lots of versions so that up to 4 people could sit anywhere. 000n meant there was one person sitting in the 4th seat. 0nn0 would mean 2 people sitting in 2nd and 3rd seats. This was not flash, so flash devs please don’t yell at me for being dumb. It wasn’t even really my game, I was just helping. Either way, it lead to me discovering this bizarre little error.
Hmm, I don’t think that’s quite it. Plus, last time I ran this trial I actually got other solutions from Windows XP people:
> n000.txt> 000n.txt
How bizarre is that?