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|Cardinal||Sixty-nine thousand one hundred and five|
69105 is the third 23036-gonal number and the fifth 6912-gonal number. It is also 510-gonal and 660-gonal.
Appearances in Infocom games
"Ticket number 69105. Seat 25F. Acme Building Auditorium."
Under some circumstances, the game produces "INTERNAL ERROR 69105".
The serial number on the pharmacy label on the tablets is 69105.
"This zoo, with 69,105 cages, is easily the largest in Quendor."
Probably its most famous appearance:
- On the ground is a pile of leaves.
- >count leaves
- There are 69,105 leaves here.
Appearances in later games
In Adam Cadre's game I-0 :
- >open trunk
- You open the trunk, revealing your laundry.
- >x laundry
- There are 69,105 pieces of laundry here.
Significance of the number
Nick Montfort , in his book Twisty Little Passages (ISBN 0262134365), suggests that the number was chosen because in its written form it falls naturally into two parts with an unusual relationship:
and also because 69 is the common name of a sexual position.
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