Q: If there is a 2 in the binary code ex 101010020101 does that mean Its corrupted?

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Error: Malformed binary. Your binary code is must be divisible by 8.This looks like it is the beginning of a binary code, but is not computable into any text as is. Do you have the rest of the code?

(100110)2 = (38)10

If you mean 10 + 6 that's 16 which is 10000 in binary

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Assuming you mean the Universal Product Code, and assuming you mean computing the numbers into binary, I've linked a page that gets into a lot of detail about it.

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That depends what you mean by "B", and what you mean by "binary code" assuming that by "binary code", you actually mean a binary representation of it's ascii value, then the answer is 1000010. The ascii value of the character "B" is 66 in decimal, which is 1000010 is that value in binary. If on the other hand, you mean "what is the binary value of the hexidecimal number B?", then the answer is 1011.

1111 in binary is 15 in decimal.

Error: Malformed binary. Your binary code is must be divisible by 8.This looks like it is the beginning of a binary code, but is not computable into any text as is. Do you have the rest of the code?

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0 means 0

decimal value of 43

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(100110)2 = (38)10

This is in Binary Code. I think you mean, what is it in decimal. 010111 is 1 + 10+100 + 10000 2^0 +2^1 + 2^2 + 2^4 = 1 + 2 + 4 +16 = 23 in Decimal.

If you mean 10 + 6 that's 16 which is 10000 in binary

Code blocks could refer to a block of ciphertext or plaintext in binary form. Code::Blocks is also the name of a downloadable integrated development environment (IDE) written in C++ programming language. You can download the binary release from the software's official website.

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