## Blog Post · StandardFormFace

### StandardFormFace ^

##### Posted On Tuesday 31 January 2012 by Freddie Nash (FredFace)

As you probably know, the only Timlan consonants not used in our number system are x and y. BUT, this has changed.

Now, x- means "times 0x10 to the power of".

For example:

c-d-b-b-b-b-

is 0x120000

but you can now say

c-z-d-x-h-

alternatively

c-d-x-g-

So, this works.

Some day y- may be put to good use, BUT THAT DAY IS NOT TODAY.