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Mon May 14 17:36:51 EDT 2012

Representing self-delimiting numbers

Start out: one byte = 8 bits = 256 values.
To make this self-delimiting, some of the values can be used as extensions.

Using one bit is simple, i.e. midi-style, but 2^7 is an awkward number.




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