Originally Posted by

**MagiMaster**
I am quite familiar with it, but, at least where I'm from, it's called binary numbers, not binomial numbers.

Nor is it called "binary algebra" (the appropriate terminology is binary arithmetic, with Boolean algebra being of relation). I'm not sure why I wrote "binomial;" This is indeed incorrect and so I ask of you to ignore of this mistake.

Originally Posted by

**MagiMaster**
And 0 and 1 would be elements, not operators. + and * are operators.

Zero and one are not the only elements in the binary numeral system; however, they can be considered the subset of numbers that compose other numbers in the aforementioned system.

As far as operators are concerned, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and modulus are the operators of binary arithmetic, and in my introductory post I was referring to the only elements that the operators use (although I could see how the reason for this misunderstanding is on my behalf, and therefore apologize for my fault in this case).

I will try to weed out such mistakes in the future when posting; it is often the case that I only post before going to work (and I work nine hours a day and six days a week as an electrician) and am therefore in somewhat of a rush.

I also have a question Magimaster: would it be possible to implement Brownian motion as a solution to the random number generator?