#1
Who here understands binary? I've seen alot of people talk about it like it's their language yet, I have no idea how it works.

Btw, feel free to post your answers in binary if you know it, I'll just translate it.
Breakfast, Breakfast, it's great for us
We eat, we eat, we eat
That frozen meat
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, it can't be beat
#4
there are 10 types of people in this world: those who know binary and those who don't.
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#5
01100110 01110101 01100011 01101011 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 01110010 00100000 01110011 01101000 01101001 01110100, son
#6
01001111 01101000 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 00100001
Breakfast, Breakfast, it's great for us
We eat, we eat, we eat
That frozen meat
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, it can't be beat
#7
pff im fluent in hexadecimal AND base pi systems
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#8
101010
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#10
Quote by theogonia777
there are 10 types of people in this world: those who know binary and those who don't.


Dammit! I was going to post that joke.
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#11
16 8 4 2 1
1 = 1
10 = 2
11 = 3
100 = 4
101 = 5
110 = 6
Last edited by add_g at Nov 11, 2011,
#12
binary is base 2 system 0 or 1. each position is a multiple of 2^n so the leftmost bit would be 1 or 0 * 2^0 and so on. example 8 in decimal is 1000 in binary. or 1*2^3+ 0*2^2+0*2^1... etc. you get the point. using the ASCII table (look it up) you can use binary values to represent numbers, characters, spaces, etc. combining binary values allow you to create "words" sentences anything imaginable. hexidecimal is the standard because as you can see, binary becomes really long and tedious as number becomes larger.
Edit: hexadecimal is more commonly used to represent large binary values it's base 16.
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#13
Quote by theogonia777
there are 10 types of people in this world: those who know binary and those who don't.

If I hear that joke one more fucking time I'm going to projectile vomit so hard I'll fly all the way to your house and rip the letters off the screen and beat you with the virtual letters of your own stale joke.
#16
the reason why binary is used so frequently in computers is because it is used to represent 2 values: on or off. 1 is on and 0 is off. When used in electronics, a voltage applied will represent a 1 and no voltage is a 0. Transistors use this property and are the basis for all electronics/computers.
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#17
Quote by CoreysMonster
If I hear that joke one more fucking time I'm going to projectile vomit so hard I'll fly all the way to your house and rip the letters off the screen and beat you with the virtual letters of your own stale joke.


you know how much i care? 4. here, let me count that on my fingers. 1, 10, 11, 100.
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#18
Quote by CoreysMonster
If I hear that joke one more fucking time I'm going to projectile vomit so hard I'll fly all the way to your house and rip the letters off the screen and beat you with the virtual letters of your own stale joke.





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#19
oneoneoneonezerozeroonezerozerozerooneoneoneoneoneoneoneone

That's binary for hipster
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#21
Quote by riffmasterjosh
binary is base 2 system 0 or 1. each position is a multiple of 2^n so the leftmost bit would be 1 or 0 * 2^0 and so on. example 8 in decimal is 1000 in binary. or 1*2^3+ 0*2^2+0*2^1... etc. you get the point. using the ASCII table (look it up) you can use binary values to represent numbers, characters, spaces, etc. combining binary values allow you to create "words" sentences anything imaginable. hexidecimal is the standard because as you can see, binary becomes really long and tedious as number becomes larger.


Hexadecimal is base 16 - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a b c d e f

The standard is decimal, base 10.
#22
01001001011001100010000001001001001000000110100001100101011000010111001000100000011101000110100001100001011101000010000001101010011011110110101101100101001000000110111101101110011001010010000001101101011011110111001001100101001000000110011001110101011000110110101101101001011011100110011100100000011101000110100101101101011001010010000001001001001001110110110100100000011001110110111101101001011011100110011100100000011101000110111100100000011100000111001001101111011010100110010101100011011101000110100101101100011001010010000001110110011011110110110101101001011101000010000001110011011011110010000001101000011000010111001001100100001000000100100100100111011011000110110000100000011001100110110001111001001000000110000101101100011011000010000001110100011010000110010100100000011101110110000101111001001000000111010001101111001000000111100101101111011101010111001000100000011010000110111101110101011100110110010100100000011000010110111001100100001000000111001001101001011100000010000001110100011010000110010100100000011011000110010101110100011101000110010101110010011100110010000001101111011001100110011000100000011101000110100001100101001000000111001101100011011100100110010101100101011011100010000001100001011011100110010000100000011000100110010101100001011101000010000001111001011011110111010100100000011101110110100101110100011010000010000001110100011010000110010100100000011101100110100101110010011101000111010101100001011011000010000001101100011001010111010001110100011001010111001001110011001000000110111101100110001000000111100101101111011101010111001000100000011011110111011101101110001000000111001101110100011000010110110001100101001000000110101001101111011010110110010100101110 is all
#23
010010010010000001101000011000010111010001100101001000000110001001101001011011100110000101110010011110010010000001100011011011110110010001100101
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#24
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#25
Here's the deal. In our decimal system, a three digit number 321 is
(3*10^2) + (2*10^1) + (1*10^0)

In binary, a number 110 is:
(1*2^2) + (1*10^1) + (0*2^0)

11.11.11 is the last date in this century that can be spelled with binary digits.
#27
01001111 01101110 01101100 01111001 00100000 01101110 00110000 00110000 01100010 01111010 00100000 01100100 01101111 01101110 00100111 01110100 00100000 01110101 01101110 01100100 01100101 01110010 01110011 01110100 01100001 01101110 01100100 00100000 01100010 01101001 01101110 01100001 01110010 01111001 00101100 00100000 01010100 01010011 00101110
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#31
[font="Courier New"]decimal(10 symbols 0 through 9):

100*    10*    1*
               0     =0
               1     =1
               2     =2
               3     =3
               4     =4
               5     =5
               6     =6
               7     =7
               8     =8
               9     =9
         1     0     =10
         1     1     =11
         1     2     =12

and so on...

binary (2 symbols 0 and 1):

8*     4*     2*     1*
                     0     =0
                     1     =1
              1      0     =2
              1      1     =3
       1      0      0     =4
       1      0      1     =5
       1      1      0     =6
       1      1      1     =7
1      0      0      0     =8 
1      0      0      1     =9
1      0      1      0     =10
1      0      1      1     =11
1      1      0      0     =12
1      1      0      1     =13
1      1      1      0     =14
1      1      1      1     =15
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