Hi, after reading about the Cistercian numbers thread (link below), I spent a few hours creating a tiny library to display numbers similar in nature, but based more on the binary system… I call it ‘Bistercian’ numbers.
This library prints any number up to 9999 within a 4x4 space, similar to a Cistercian number, but also including the representation of the number 0, each 2x2 space (corner) is represented in binary (from 0 to 9). You can find the full detail here: GitHub - franalvarez21/Arduboy-BistercianNumbers: Tiny 4x4 Binary-Cistercian numbers for Arduboy
As a library this also contains an example. And to facilitate the lecture I created this picture, similar to the one used to explain the Cistercian numbers:
This library was made as a proof of concept and as a possible added flavor to some games. Please keep in mind that this is the first time I publish a library so… I’m not sure if I should add a reference/mention to other works, like the Arduboy2 lib… or something, again, I’m new to this…so please let me know.
Anyone interested in the subject please go to the post made by @poevoid explaining all of this, since it follows more the actual rules of the Cistercian numbers Cistercian Number Counter, and since it contains a nice demo about it
Both of this posts led me to the idea of publishing something, even if is not of a significant use