james at jdfogg.com
Tue Jan 28 19:00:37 CST 2003
At 07:47 PM 1/28/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>Keep it in the columns to understand it. The left column is the major
>color, the right is the minor color. The top of the major column is the
>starting point. Take the first major and pair it with the 1st minor, then
>the 2nd minor, then the 3rd minor and so on till you hit W+SL. Then drop
>down to the second major and start over at the top of the minor column.
>When you get to R+SL drop down to the 3rd major and start at the top of
>the minor column again. When you get to V+SL you are at pair 25.
sorry to reply to myself, but someone is going to ask "what about 100 pair,
400 pair, 1Kpair, etc".
Easy, they are grouped in bundles of 25 pairs using the same colorcode. The
bundles are wrapped in a fiber string called a binder. The binders carry
the same colorcode as the pairs. So you break it down into bundles and then
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