One way is using the Twos (2s) complement; that is you find the binary representation of the positive number of -19, flip all the bits (0s to 1s and 1s to 0s), and finally add 1 to it.
The positive bit of -19 is simply 19. It has a binary code of 0001 0011 (8 bits are required for this particular method). Flipping the bits, we get 1110 1100. Adding 1 (or 0000 0001) to our last answer, we get 1110 1101 which would be the binary representation of -19.
That IS the binary code.
The binary system of numbers is based on the numerals 1 and 0
The numbers used in the binary number system are 1 and 0
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00100001 is the binary code for 33
00110101 is the binary code for 53
Binary code is a code used to instruct computers what to do. It is not something that converts to English in a direct fashion, although you can say in English what the binary code is commanding - if you really understand the binary. There are code convertors on line that can provide some basic interpretation. However, they cannot always 100% deal with all binary code. These will allow you to cut and past in code and convert to ASCII if they find an equated code
19 in binary is... 10011 (16+2+1)
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the binary code of seventeen is 10001
You can are ASCII-tabellen. For converting binary to text
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