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Old 2022-05-31, 20:08   #51
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Default Re: first floor - bottom floor?

Bottom Floor=Ground Floor
1st
2nd
3rd
2nd to top
Top Floor
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Old 2022-06-02, 08:33   #52
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storey#Numbering

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:C...ing_floors.svg

Floor numbering is the numbering scheme used for a building's floors. There are two major schemes in use across the world. In one system, used in the majority of European countries, the ground floor is the floor at ground level, frequently having no number, and identified by a word or letter, varying by language (e.g. "G" for 'Ground' in English), or "0" (zero) in an elevator that has strictly numbered buttons. The next floor up is assigned the number 1 and is the first floor (first elevation), the first basement level gets '-1', and so on. The other system, used in such countries as the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Russia, and other ex-Soviet states, counts the bottom floor as the first floor, the next floor up as the second floor, and so on.In both systems, the numbering of higher floors continues sequentially as one goes up,

Height relative to ground (Floors) European scheme North American schemes
Top floor Penthouse (PH), Roof (R/RF),
2 levels above ground floor 2nd floor (2/2F) 3rd floor (3/3F)
1 level above ground floor 1st floor (1/1F) 2nd floor (2/2F)
Partially above ground floor Upper ground (UG), Upper level (UL), Mezzanine (M), etc.
Ground Floor Ground floor (G/GF), Lobby (L), Street (S)
0th floor (0/0F) 1st floor (1/1F)
Partially below ground floor Lower ground (LG), Lower level (LL), Concourse (C), Parking (P), etc.
1 level below ground floor 1st basement (?1/?1F/B1)
2 levels below ground floor 2nd basement (?2/?2F/B2)
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Old 2022-06-02, 10:09   #53
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storey#Numbering

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:C...ing_floors.svg

Floor numbering is the numbering scheme used for a building's floors. There are two major schemes in use across the world. In one system, used in the majority of European countries, the ground floor is the floor at ground level, frequently having no number, and identified by a word or letter, varying by language (e.g. "G" for 'Ground' in English), or "0" (zero) in an elevator that has strictly numbered buttons. The next floor up is assigned the number 1 and is the first floor (first elevation), the first basement level gets '-1', and so on. The other system, used in such countries as the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Russia, and other ex-Soviet states, counts the bottom floor as the first floor, the next floor up as the second floor, and so on.In both systems, the numbering of higher floors continues sequentially as one goes up,

Height relative to ground (Floors) European scheme North American schemes
Top floor Penthouse (PH), Roof (R/RF),
2 levels above ground floor 2nd floor (2/2F) 3rd floor (3/3F)
1 level above ground floor 1st floor (1/1F) 2nd floor (2/2F)
Partially above ground floor Upper ground (UG), Upper level (UL), Mezzanine (M), etc.
Ground Floor Ground floor (G/GF), Lobby (L), Street (S)
0th floor (0/0F) 1st floor (1/1F)
Partially below ground floor Lower ground (LG), Lower level (LL), Concourse (C), Parking (P), etc.
1 level below ground floor 1st basement (?1/?1F/B1)
2 levels below ground floor 2nd basement (?2/?2F/B2)
Finally lol

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Old 2022-06-02, 16:16   #54
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Nah, the bottom floor=first floor is more reasonable
so what is it gonna be?

Than
3rd floor
2nd floor
1st floor
floor
Basement

Instead
3rd floor
2nd floor
bottomfloor/1stfloor
Basement
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Old 2022-06-02, 17:42   #55
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so what is it gonna be?
Simple... when in Rome, do as the Romans do.... don't be stuck headstrong in your own interpretation.

Adapt, learn your team & who is speaking and what they are referring to, and when in doubt, ask a clarifying question.

There will never be consensus here on this matter among all PR players.

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Old 2022-06-03, 11:42   #56
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Simple... when in Rome, do as the Romans do.... don't be stuck headstrong in your own interpretation.

Adapt, learn your team & who is speaking and what they are referring to, and when in doubt, ask a clarifying question.

There will never be consensus here on this matter among all PR players.
Yes, therefore do as the king(me) tells you.
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Old 2022-06-03, 17:29   #57
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storey#Numbering

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:C...ing_floors.svg

Floor numbering is the numbering scheme used for a building's floors. There are two major schemes in use across the world. In one system, used in the majority of European countries, the ground floor is the floor at ground level, frequently having no number, and identified by a word or letter, varying by language (e.g. "G" for 'Ground' in English), or "0" (zero) in an elevator that has strictly numbered buttons. The next floor up is assigned the number 1 and is the first floor (first elevation), the first basement level gets '-1', and so on. The other system, used in such countries as the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Russia, and other ex-Soviet states, counts the bottom floor as the first floor, the next floor up as the second floor, and so on.In both systems, the numbering of higher floors continues sequentially as one goes up,

Height relative to ground (Floors) European scheme North American schemes
Top floor Penthouse (PH), Roof (R/RF),
2 levels above ground floor 2nd floor (2/2F) 3rd floor (3/3F)
1 level above ground floor 1st floor (1/1F) 2nd floor (2/2F)
Partially above ground floor Upper ground (UG), Upper level (UL), Mezzanine (M), etc.
Ground Floor Ground floor (G/GF), Lobby (L), Street (S)
0th floor (0/0F) 1st floor (1/1F)
Partially below ground floor Lower ground (LG), Lower level (LL), Concourse (C), Parking (P), etc.
1 level below ground floor 1st basement (?1/?1F/B1)
2 levels below ground floor 2nd basement (?2/?2F/B2)
Thank you, take my Reddit upvote.

Legit this discussion is taking such proportions for such a thing that wasnt ever a huge problem in PR.
For years l played on EU and NA time l never had to have this discussion before, everyone just understood each other or just made the simple question if they didn't get it
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