# ditloids ( local MacMillan Coffee Morning)

Down to the last four but still trying!
1111 FiB (I am too old to have done binary numbers but could this be "Fifteenth in binary"?
71 DatWwEM ( someone suggested this could be "71 days at the wheel with Ellen McArthur" but I have tried everywhere to verify with no luck)
I will keep trying with the other two over the weekend but may have to get back to you clever people Many thanks for your time and help.
09:42 Sun 24th Sep 2006
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 09:55 Sun 24th Sep 2006 I don't know if this is the answer they are looking for, but can confirm 1111 is Fifteen in binary 10:17 Sun 24th Sep 2006 1111 is fifteen in binary alright, as follows: = (1x1) + (1x2) + (1x4) + (1x8) = 15 10:19 Sun 24th Sep 2006 1111 is binary code for 1+2+4+8 = 15 Your answer should read "Fifteen in Binary" (not FifteenTH) 10:19 Sun 24th Sep 2006 Question Author My thanks to all who answered. Although I had already found the "Ellen McArthur" site it only says one of her voyages was 71 days plus. I thought a ditloid would be the title of a book, saying etc. Many thanks. 17:13 Sun 24th Sep 2006

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