Manhattan Binary I/O vs LSAT blogs conditional chain for LG

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Manhattan Binary I/O vs LSAT blogs conditional chain for LG

Postby proxy » Mon Feb 06, 2012 5:45 pm

I'd like to know peoples opinion on this. I like both methods and I'm having a hard time choosing which one is most intuitive for me.

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Re: Manhattan Binary I/O vs LSAT blogs conditional chain for LG

Postby glucose101 » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:00 pm

Whichever works best for you will be the best.

I like the binary i/o because I can visualize the work w o doing much extra mental work.

(some ppl are really good at doing conditional chains, but I feel tht binary would be even quicker and less prone to errors)
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Re: Manhattan Binary I/O vs LSAT blogs conditional chain for LG

Postby gaud » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:01 pm

glucose101 wrote:I like the binary i/o because I can visualize the work w o doing much extra mental work.



I'll second this.

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Re: Manhattan Binary I/O vs LSAT blogs conditional chain for LG

Postby KingsBench » Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:03 pm

I'm also a fan of the binary I/O, the conditional chain never really made sense to me. That being said though, work out the best system that works for you!

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Re: Manhattan Binary I/O vs LSAT blogs conditional chain for LG

Postby pizzabrosauce » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:52 pm

While Manhattan's binary logic chain was fun, I found it very limited in practice and would never use it on a timed test.




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