The language of 0s and 1s is called binary which is internally used by the computer system for performing different activities. The other levels of languages such as high level languages, assembly language are internally converted into binary language for the processing by the computers.
Eight binary digits are called a byte.Four binary digits are a nibble.
They are the binary digits used extensively in transmitting and storing huge amounts of data.
No. Machine language is a binary (base 2) language. We (humans) interpret that language as a sequence of 0s and 1s (not 0s and 2s). The machine doesn't understand number thus the digits must be encoded in a form that it does understand (machine-readable code). We use a variety of encoding methods combined with mechanical and electromagnetic hardware to represent binary values.
Binary. It is the core of all computers, using only 1s and 0s. For example, a 2 would be 10. Pretty cool, actually. :D
0s and 1s are used in the binary number system
it is a sequence of 1s and 0s. (binary) :)
The binary numbering system.
a binary uses dots and ternary uses 0s 1s
The machine language that is all 1s and 0s is the native binary language of the binary computer. We often use the term "machine code" to refer to the native language of a machine. Although the term is not binary-specific, binary computers are, by far, the most common form of digital computer in use today. However this was not always the case as some of the earliest computers were decimal machines. Machine code is a low-level machine-dependent language. Although all binary machines share a common binary representation (0s and 1s), only machines that share a common architecture share the same machine code.