Today (November 7, 2011), exploringbinary.com received its one millionth view, according to WordPress.com Stats:
This site went live on November 14, 2008; that works out to an average of over 920 views per day. My decimal/binary converter (an HTML form with an accompanying article) accounts for nearly half of those views (445,700+). Not counting my converter, these are my top ten articles:
- Java Hangs When Converting 2.2250738585072012e-308 (134,500+ views)
- PHP Hangs On Numeric Value 2.2250738585072011e-308 (93,600+ views)
- Binary Dates in 2010 and 2011 (45,600+ views)
- Ten Ways to Check if an Integer Is a Power Of Two in C (37,400+ views)
- Converting Floating-Point Numbers to Binary Strings in C (15,200+ views)
- Why “Volatile” Fixes the 2.2250738585072011e-308 Bug (12,200+ views)
- FPUpdater Fixes the Java 2.2250738585072012e-308 Bug (10,600+ views)
- How I Taught Third Graders Binary Numbers (9,800+ views)
- The Answer is One (Unless You Use Floating-Point) (9,700+ views)
- A Closer Look at the Java 2.2250738585072012e-308 Bug (9,200+ views)
Five of my top ten articles are related to the PHP and Java floating-point conversion bugs; together they total 260,200+ views.
As this site approaches the end of its eight year, it has surpassed 12 million views, roughly 80% of which come from my converters and calculators. Not counting those five pages, here are the top ten among the remaining pages (only two existed in the prior top ten list):
See my sitemap if you want links to those pages.
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