On Wed, 10 Aug 2016 16:08:30 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
I always have a tough time with most metric stuff, but if I'm right,
100kph is roughly 62mph (62.137mph).
(Yea, I cheated, I used an old program called convert.exe which was made
for Windows3.x, or was it Win95. One of the most useful pieces of
software ever made. It converts darn near everything).
I'm glad they never changed the traffic signs in the US to metric. I'd
probably always be so confused that I'd have to have a computer on the
seat next to me at all times that I am driving.
On 08/10/2016 12:09 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
We got one of them things. Ours works on Ka band radar.
They are great for checking your calibration on your
speed-o-meter. I have called the town and asked where
they have parked the thing to check on several occasions.
It also light up my radar detector, which gives me the
hint to check my cruise control.
My guess is the the display is set by a BCD (binary coded
decimal) counter and that it would just roll over at 100
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