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Complete Information about Binary Number

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Binary Code, which is also called Binary Number System, today we will know about what is binary (What Is Binary Code) and what is its function in our computer and why it is necessary for our computer.

What Is Binary Code?

In simple language, binary number is a numeric system/code. Which uses only two numbers and that is 0 and 1, this code is performed in the processor present in all our computers. And Binary Number System is the internal language of the computer.

In Binary Number System no other number or character is used except 0 and 1.

As we know computer is an electronic machine that’s why all our computers run on Binary Number System technology and understand only the language of Binary Number System.

Now you must be thinking that if our computer understands only the language of Binary Number and only 0 and 1 are used in this code then how does the computer understand our given order and according to our given order. How does it work? So you will get the answer of this also in this post.

Our computers work together with software and hardware, if the computer does not have any necessary hardware or software, then no computer works in that condition.

Whenever we input a command (or data) to our computer through an input device like keyboard or mouse, then that command goes to the processor present in the computer. And the processor is also called CPU i.e. Central Processing Unit.

When our order reaches the processor, then the processor has to fulfill the order given by us along with the software of the computer, but our computer system does not understand our spoken language, but the processor of our computer interprets our given commands in Binary Number. can transfer

The processor itself converts our language into binary code and after converting, the processor itself fulfills our given order by processing it together with the computer’s software.

When the task given according to you is completed, then the computer converts and arranges the result of that work in your language and sends it to the output device like monitor, where you can see the result of your given command.

Complete Information about Binary Code
Complete Information about Binary Code

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Convert Decimal To Binary Code

How to Convert Decimal Number to Binary Code

Now we will know how to convert decimal ie Numbers to Binary along with some quotes – if you are a student of Computer Stream then you must know this (by the way, in today’s time, whoever is interested in Computer Technology, they also know this. Everyone should have knowledge)

By the way, there are many ways to convert decimal(Number) to binary. But the easiest way is explained in this post.

First of all, we will tell you the Binary Code of 95.

To get the binary code of 95, you have to continuously divide 95 by 2 until the last answer (last answer) comes to 1 or 0 and we have to note the reminder that comes on divide.

DivideAnswer Remainder
95/2= 471
47/2= 23 1
23/2= 111
11/2 = 51
5/2= 21
5/2= 1 (Last Answer)0
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Now to get the binary, the last answer that has come which is 1 has to be written first. And then the reminders that have come before him will have to be written from bottom to top.

like this

1 = This is the Last Answer, 011111 This is the Reminders from the bottom to the top

So this is the binary code of 95

Decimal To Binary

95 = 1011111

Similarly, you can remove the Binary Code of any number.

How To Convert English’s alphabet to Binary Code?

We have learned about converting numbers into binary, now it is very important to know how to convert alphabet into binary code.

Now we will need a chart to convert alphabet to binary and the name of that chart is ASCII Conversion Chart

The Binary Code of both Small and Capital alphabets is different like:-

If the binary of small a = 01100001 then this is

Capital A’s binary = 01000001 it is both are not same

For this reason, the chart of both the letters (alphabet) is also different.

Small LetterASCII CodeBinary Code
a9701100001
b9801100010
c9901100011
d10001100100
e10101100101
f10201100110
g10301100111
h10401101000
i10501101001
j10601101010
k10701101011
l10801101100
m10901101101
n11001101110
o11101101111
p11201110000
q11301110001
r11401110010
s11501110011
t11601110100
u11701110101
v11801110110
w11901110111
x12001111000
y12101111001
z12201111010
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Capital LetterASCII CodeBinary
A651000001
B6601000010
C6701000011
D6801000100
E6901000101
F7001000110
G7101000111
H7201001000
I7301001001
J7401001010
K7501001011
L7601001100
M7701001101
N7801001110
O7901001111
P8001010000
Q8101010001
R8201010010
S8301010011
T8401010100
U8501010101
V8601010110
W8701010111
X8801011000
Y8901011001
Z9001011010
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By the way, we have told you by removing the binary codes of all the text in both these tables.

But in many tables, there are only ASCII numbers of characters, from those numbers, we have to extract the binary code and in this article, we have already taken a tree to convert your number to binary code, in the same way the ASCII number of the character from the chart. Seeing that the binary code of that number is removed and the same code will be the character’s binary code.

Conclusion

Hope you have come to know what is binary code and you must have come to know binary code of numbers and characters.

If you still have any question in your mind then you can ask us by commenting. Thank you for reading this article, please tell us by commenting how did you like this article and whether it was useful for you or not.

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Avinash Singh

I am Avinash Singh, a software engineer from the profession and have been working in the IT industry since 2009. I live in Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh in India and completed intermediate in 2001 from Ram Sevak Inter College, a UP Board school. After inter I completed my professional degree (BCA & MCA) from Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi in 2008 and along with it I did many certifications to keep my knowledge up to date and the next year I started a software development company E – Vision Technocraft Pvt Ltd.

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