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# What exactly is binary code?

What is binary code? i keep hearing about it but never really understood it.

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Binary code is the most basic form of data composed of 0's and 1's. A "0" or "1" is called a bit, and eight bits are called a byte, then 1024 bytes make a kilo byte and so on. The 0's and 1's are based off probability. This is the reason why 0 means False and 1 Means true.

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Absolutely, your explanation captures the essence of binary code succinctly. In this digital language, the binary system's elegance lies in its simplicity, with bits forming the building blocks of information. The hierarchical structure from bits to bytes and beyond showcases the scalability of this system. The concept of 0 representing False and 1 denoting True reflects the binary logic inherent in computing, where electronic signals interpret these states to execute commands. It's a testament to the foundational principles that govern the intricate dance of data in the digital realm.

This is a very generic simplified explanation. In it's essence it is a numerical system based on 2 (0,1), unlike the numerical system we are accustomed to which is based on 10 (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9). However the best way to think about it is on and off. On is 1. 0 is off. Digital circuitry only understands 2 states on and off. So binary code is how you talk to ICs on their level. All computer programs, usually through an interpreter are converted to binary code otherwise your processor, memory etc.. would not understand what was given to it or what to do with it.

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Binary code is the fundamental language of computers, expressing data using only two digits: 0 and 1. In essence, it's a series of switches—0 representing "off" and 1 representing "on." This binary system underpins all digital communication and computation, serving as the backbone for everything from basic arithmetic operations to complex software algorithms. It's the digital canvas upon which the intricate tapestry of modern technology is woven, translating our instructions and data into a language that machines can understand and execute.

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