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Shadoks Numeral System

Tool to convert Shadoks numbers. Shadoks Numeral System uses 4 words: GA, BU, ZO and MEU, and allows to count normally in base 4.

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Shadoks Numeral System

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Answers to Questions (FAQ)

What are Shadoks numerals? (Definition)

In the animated series Les Shadoks, the characters only communicate using 4 syllables: Ga, Bu, Zo and Meu. These 4 syllables are used as digits to form base 4 numbers.

How to count using Shadoks?

Shadoks Numeral System uses the base 4 (quaternary base) with the symbols: GA, BU, ZO and MEU, respectively for 0, 1, 2 and 3. To convert a number (decimal in base 10), write it in base 4 and use the Shadoks' symbols (also called GABUZOMEU).

Example: $ 228_{(10)} $ (base 10) is written $ 3210_{(4)} $ (base 4) and so MEUZOBUGA in Shadok

How to decrypt a number written in Shadok?

To convert Shadoks numbers, replace GA, BU, ZO and MEU by their respective values: 0, 1, 2 and 3 and treat the number as written in base 4 then convert it to base 10.

Example: MEUZOBUGA = MEU (3) ZO (2) BU (1) GA (0) so $ 3210_{(4)} $ (base 4) converted to $ 228_{(10)} $ (base 10) (see writing in base n)

How to count until 10 ZOZO in Shadok?

The first Shadok digits/numbers are

1BU
2ZO
3MEU
4BUGA
5BUBU
6BUZO
7BUMEU
8ZOGA
9ZOBU
10ZOZO

Who are the authors of Shadoks cartoons?

The Shadoks are a creation of Jacques Rouxel, produced by the aaa company and featuring French voice Claude Piéplu.

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