# New update to Hindi

12/26/2017, 9:11:56 AM

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We might actually get Hindi very soon? I'm gobsmacked! Even before putting men on Mars or creating nanobots that can cure any known disease? This is a very welcome piece of information; well done to the new Hindi team!

12/26/2017, 10:32:27 AM

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Congrats and well done Hindi team!

12/26/2017, 3:45:45 PM

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Yess! Thanks team Hindi!

12/26/2017, 5:28:42 PM

It's great that they are teaching the script.

12/27/2017, 7:57:31 AM

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Amazing news! So happy :D

12/28/2017, 9:40:17 PM

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It's been 84 years....

12/29/2017, 9:43:05 PM

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Additionally, and I know this is not the best gauge, the progress circle in the Incubator is 95.87366276107998% full.

12/28/2017, 12:44:03 AM

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Sounds like 1882/1963 to me.

(I'm showing off here, of course. It's called the method of continued fractions. It's an algorithm that lets you look at a decimal like 95.87366276107998% and figure out what fraction it came from -- assuming it came from a fraction in the first place.)

11/12/2018, 4:42:26 AM