Can anyone teach me binary?

Dracoy

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Can anyone teach me binary?

Yeah i want to learn thanks ><

If you can teach me and give me some practice problems or even show me a good website that can help thanks!

I never really knew what binary is but it seems that alot of people know it thanks!
 

Ezakimak

Diabloii.Net Member
101010=42

0 1's
1 2
0 4's
1 8
0 16's
1 32

2+8+32=42


Short and dirty explanation. If you need more I can explain in more detail, if someone doesn't beat me to it.
 

toader

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toader

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Ezakimak said:
101010=42

0 1's
1 2
0 4's
1 8
0 16's
1 32

2+8+32=42


Short and dirty explanation. If you need more I can explain in more detail, if someone doesn't beat me to it.

Thats the numeric explanation of binary.

the farther number to the right represents a 1...then from right to left it goes:

1,2,4,8,16,32,64,128,256....

1= yes
0= no

just add up the Yes's (1's)

Its different for the letters though, same principal kinda.
 

Ezakimak

Diabloii.Net Member
toader said:
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Very Helpfull, in a round about way.
 

Ezakimak

Diabloii.Net Member
toader said:
Thats the numeric explanation of binary.

the farther number to the right represents a 1...then from right to left it goes:

1,2,4,8,16,32,64,128,256....

1= yes
0= no

just add up the Yes's (1's)

Its different for the letters though, same principal kinda.
The numbers is all I learned :) , Whats the basic translation for letters?
 

Underseer

Diabloii.Net Member
What about binary math, guys?

not true = false
not false = true

true and true = true
true and false = false
false and true = false
false and false = false

true or true = true
true or false = true
false or true = true
false or false = false

true xor true = false
true xor false = true
false xor true = true
false xor false = false

true and not true = false
true and not false = true
false and not true = false
false and not false = false

Eh... you get the idea, I'm sure!
 

Freet

Diabloii.Net Member
Underseer said:
What about binary math, guys?

not true = false
not false = true

true and true = true
true and false = false
false and true = false
false and false = false

true or true = true
true or false = true
false or true = true
false or false = false

true xor true = false
true xor false = true
false xor true = true
false xor false = false

true and not true = false
true and not false = true
false and not true = false
false and not false = false

Eh... you get the idea, I'm sure!
Well, you are getting into logic truth tables now. A form of Boolean algebra. Not exactly binary.

Binary is simply a way of counting. We are used to counting in base 10.
One, two, three...etc..., There's also a base 16 (hexadecimal)

http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/h/hexadecimal.html


base 8 (octal)

http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/o/octal.html


and then there is base 2 which is binary.

http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/b/binary.html

It happens that binary is best used when programing since it's easiest to make a processor only learn 2 states. Off and on. Thus the need to use base 2 to make it work.

I hope this helped some anyway.
 

th5418

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ScanMan

Diabloii.Net Member
Dracoy said:
Yeah i want to learn thanks ><

If you can teach me and give me some practice problems or even show me a good website that can help thanks!

I never really knew what binary is but it seems that alot of people know it thanks!

There are 10 types of people in the world.....

Those who understand binary and those who don't.
 

adamfgt78

Diabloii.Net Member
Ezakimak said:
101010=42

0 1's
1 2
0 4's
1 8
0 16's
1 32

2+8+32=42


Short and dirty explanation. If you need more I can explain in more detail, if someone doesn't beat me to it.

To elaborate a bit more on this, each place has a value of 2^(x-1) where x = the place going from right to left. The rightmost place is 2^(1-1)=2^0=1, the second rightmost place is 2^(2-1)=2^1=2, the third rightmost place is 2^(3-1)=2^2=4 and so on. As was stated above, multiple the digit in the place by the place's value and sum then all up.

The same principle also hold for conventional (10-base) numbers. The rightmost place's value is 10^0=1 ,the second's is 10^1=10, the third is 10^2=100 and so on. That is why 568 = 5*100 + 6*10 + 8*1= 500 + 60 + 8.

Another interesting bit of info is that binary is the reason for the common numbers that we see with computers, such at 128 and 256. When looking at specs on computers, I'm sure you'll see some with 128 or 256 MB of RAM. 256, for example, equals 2^8 and 128 equals 2^7. There really is no such things as 2^7.5 in the computer world which is why you don't see RAM chips that have 181.0193389... MB of RAM.
 

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