In the game World of Warcraft there is a lever chest in the dungeon Torghast.
To open the chest, you have to go through all possible combinations and one combination opens the box. The 0 for lever is down and the 1 for lever is up.
Simply put, you have to go through all of the binary codes:
Too difficult to remember?
It is easier with this memory aid: >1, <2, repeat once
Again more precisely: >1, <2, >1, <2
Um, please?! Very easily:
The numbers (1 & 2) are the respective switches. It doesn't matter which switch you choose, you just have to remember the position. The brackets (< & >) are very important for the process and are placed on two switches.
In theory, this should even be possible across the board with all switch combinations.
Example of a sequence
The memory aid a little different: >3, <4, (>3, <4)
- The numbers 3 and 4 stand for switches 3 and 4, respectively.
- That means the bracket is on switches 1 and 2.
- Each point in the bracket is a click.
Deciphered this means:
- From the first bracket ">", the switch sequence becomes: 121
- From 3, becomes the switch 3
- From the second bracket "<", the switch sequence becomes: 212
- From 4, becomes the switch 4
- Repeat once and all sequences are through
That is the switch order: 121 3, 212 4, 121 3, 212 4