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## Auto age calculator

chose a number
0 to 7

times by 2

+5

times by 50

has you birthday passed, if yes + 1754
if no
+1753

then take away the year you were born.

THe first number is the number you chose at the start and the next two numbers is your age!!!

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## Re: Auto age calculator

holly cr** it works for me!

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I got 2503.........

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## Re: Auto age calculator

Originally posted by localdealer
then take away the year you were born. (1980 for example)

THe first number is the number you chose at the start and the next two numbers is your age!!!

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I will tell you a better way to calculate your age.

2004 - your year of birth.

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I will tell you a better way to calculate your age.

2004 - your year of birth.
you party pooper
its damn obvious how it works...

"chose a number
0 to 7

times by 2

+5"

you will get anywhere from 5 to 19.

"times by 50"

250-950

"has you birthday passed, if yes + 1754
if no +1753"

the birthday matters of course, if it was just "+1754" then there might be a one year error.

~2003-2704

"then take away the year you were born"

- 19xx

so you will get basically: "subhadip: 2004 - your year of birth" plus another number before it.

Xxx

"THe first number is the number you chose at the start" obviously.

so no real trick here.

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so who's the party pooper?

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Originally posted by Lach
so who's the party pooper?
well Subhadip started pooping, so I pooped it all the way

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I'm not 61 ......

Maybe I did it wrong, but I don't think so

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It worked for me too.

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Works for me now Must of done it wrong

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did not work for me .. i got 2203, but i'm 25

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Originally posted by mantra
did not work for me .. i got 2203, but i'm 25
hen take away the year you were born. (1980 for example)

so: 2203-1979= 224

it says your 24 but you probably got it wrong on this step too:

"has you birthday passed, if yes + 1754 if no +1753"

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Originally posted by mantra
did not work for me .. i got 2203, but i'm 25
&nbsp;

You&nbsp;sure you aren't 203?&nbsp;&nbsp;

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Originally posted by WebDev
&nbsp;

You&nbsp;sure you aren't 203?&nbsp;&nbsp;

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Originally posted by websterworld

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my birthday is 10/26/1978 .. it didn't pass .. i'm 25

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Originally posted by cMark
I got 2503.........
You can't get 2503 if you do it right.

There are only eight ways to start, with a number from 0 to 7. So the highest is 7... which would give you 544 before you add either 1753 or 1754 (notice that those are 250 away from this year, 2004, if your birthday has passed this year, and from last year if it hasn't -- if you want to use this thing next year, you'll have to change those numbers. Notice also that you're adding 5 and multiplying by 50. Think about that, and you'll see that there's no way it can't work unless you make a mistake).

Anyway, the highest number you could have at any point in the process is 2298 (544+1754=2298), and that's before you subtract your birth year. To get 2503 you'd have to not be born yet.
Last edited by JayC; 04-26-2004 at 03:25 PM.

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worked for me!

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erm, JayC... I already explain that.

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