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# DniIntegerForm

The D’ni glyph corresponding to a base-10 integer

Contributed by: Jeff Bryant
 ResourceFunction["DniIntegerForm"][int] displays int as a glyph or set of glyphs in the D’ni numbering system.

## Details and Options

Results are Graphics expressions.
The D’ni numbering system is a base-25 numbering system that was designed for the game Riven, sequel to Myst.
Glyphs for 0 through 4 are unique.
Glyphs for integers between 5 and 24 are obtained by rotation and/or overlaying a pair of glyphs.

## Examples

### Basic Examples

D’ni glyph for 3 is a unique glyph:

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Integers 0 through 4 are unique glyphs:

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Above 24, multiple glyphs are used and placed side by side:

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### Scope

The symbol for 5 is just the symbol for 1, but rotated 90 degrees:

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The symbol for 6 is obtained by overlaying the symbols for 5 and 1:

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Glyphs for integers between 0 and 24:

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## Requirements

Wolfram Language 11.3 (March 2018) or above