### binary

The base two digit number system, i.e. the number system consisting of only 1s and 0s. In computer technology, the 1s and 0s are used to represent pulses and no-pulses. The computer performs operations based on the ordering and calculation of these numbers.

### Binary

The number system that uses only 1`s and 0`s

Written in a form that uses only 0s and 1s. A string of bits.

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A base 2 numerical system, using any of several notational systems. Ideally suited to computer use. Negative numbers can be internally represented in fixed-size binary systems using one's complement or two's complement notation, the latter winning out in modern computers due to simplicity of hardware implementation. 2. Any kind of computer data tha...

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A base 2 numbering system using the two digits 0 and 1 (as opposed to ten digits [0-9] in the decimal system). In computer systems, the binary digits are represented by two different voltages or currents, one corresponding to zero and another corresponding to one, positive logic uses a positive voltage to represent binary 1 and zero volts to repres...

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*adj]* - of or pertaining to a number system have 2 as its base 2. [adj] - consisting of two (units or components or elements or terms) or based on two

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A numbering system based on two. In binary there are two symbols used ('l' and '0').

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(Digital cameras and photo printers) This is the name given to the representation system of numbers consisting solely of the figures 0 and 1. Just like the ten figure decimal system (0-9), in the binary system, larger numbers are made up by combining the numbers 0 and 1.

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The base two numbering system, where the only digits are 0 and 1. It is used by all computers.

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A system using two states - in electronics usually known as 0 and 1, Low or High (usually voltage), Negative or Positive (can be voltage or current), FALSE or TRUE. The relationships between these depends on the design of the logic system in use, or for gates may be considered to be non-standard to order to obtain different logical functions. e.g. ...

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the number system (base 2) used as the basis of most computer systems

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A number system using just two digits.

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A numbering system that uses only 1ââ‚¬â„¢s and 0ââ‚¬â„¢s

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An FTP file format for transferring encoded data such as programs and images.

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The fundamental 2-digit system all computers use (made up of the two Bits, 1 or 0, the smallest unit of information a computer can process) to perform calculations and store and retrieve data.

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Refers to base 2 numbering system, in which the only allowable digits are 0 and 1. Pertaining to a condition that has only two possible values or states.

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Numbering system using two as a base and requiring only two symbols: 0 and 1.

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**Bi'na·ry** * adjective* [ Latin

* binarius* , from

* bini* two by two, two at a time, from root of

* bis* twice; akin to English

* two* : confer French

* binaire* .] Compounded or consisting of two things or parts; characterized by two (things).

** Binary arithmetic** ,

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**Bi'na·ry** * noun* That which is constituted of two figures, things, or parts; two; duality. * Fotherby.*

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Compounded or consisting of two things or parts; characterised by two (things). Binary arithmetic, that in which numbers are expressed according to the binary scale, or in which two figures only, 0 and 1, are used, in lieu of ten; the cipher multiplying everything by two, as in common arithmetic by ten. Thus, 1 is one; 10 is two; 11 is three; 100 i...

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*adjective* consisting of two (units or components or elements or terms) or based on two; `a binary star is a system in which two stars revolve around each other`; `a binary compound`; `the binary number system has two as its base`

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(bi´nә-re) made up of two elements or parts. denoting a number system with a base of two.

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• (n.) That which is constituted of two figures, things, or parts; two; duality. • (a.) Compounded or consisting of two things or parts; characterized by two (things).

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binary 1. Made up of two parts or things; two fold; double. 2. Designating or of a number system in which the base used is two, each number being expressed in powers of two by using only two digits; specifically, '0' and '1'. 3. Designating or of a musical form consisting of two main sections. 4. In chemistry, composed of two elements or radicals, ...

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Type: Term Pronunciation: bī′nār-ē Definitions: 1. Comprising two components, elements, molecules, or other feature. 2. Denoting a choice of two mutually exclusive outcomes for one event (male or female, heads or tails, affected or unaffected).

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