Problem with the writeup by MSAer99: It makes no attemp to explain what 99 is. Instead he just insults everyone else. If MSAer99 were still an active user, one could /msg him and solve these problems; however, as of July 22, 2000 this user has never logged into Everything 2.

In early computer systems the number 99 was used as an end of input marker; however, it was usually the two-byte character representation of 99 instead of the integer 99 which in binary is 1100011.

The node that made him make this node to which he refers is 1001000 1000101 1001100 1001100 1001111, which is representation of the ASCII characters "hello" in binary.

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