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Largest 8 bit unsigned number is 11111111 binary thus making 255 in decimal.

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Converting Gray Code to Binary1). Write down the number in gray code.2). The most significant bit of the binary number is the most significant bitof the gray code.3). Add (using modulo 2) the next significant bit of the binary number to thenext significant bit of the gray coded number to obtain the next binary bit.4). Repeat step 3 till all bits of the gray coded number have been added inmodulo 2. The resultant number is the binary equivalent of the gray number.Converting Binary to Gray Code1). Write down the number in binary code.2). The most significant bit of the gray number is the most significant bitof the binary code.3). Add (using modulo 2) the next significant bit of the binary number to thenext significant bit of the binary number to obtain the next gray coded bit.4). Repeat step 3 till all bits of the binary coded number have been added inmodulo 2. The resultant number is the gray coded equivalent of the binarynumber.

To convert a gray code to binary1.write the the MSB bit as the MSB of the binary.2.if the 2nd grey bit is 0,then the 2nd binary bit is the same as the first binary bit.... and if the grey bit is 1 the 2nd binary bit is the complement of the first binary bit3.step 2 is repeated for every bit....EXAMPLE:the binary of the grey code 1110011 is 1011101

An 8 bit binary code is a code that is 8 digits long. It would look like this: 00110010

216-1 or (2^16)-1

That would be 216 - 1, or 65535.

When going from one number to the next in Gray Code 1 bit only ever changes, whereas with binary more than 1 bit could change.

The largest number that can be expressed in six bit binary is 111111, or 63. That however is not prime. Counting down from there, we can see that the first prime below that is 61, which is the answer to the question. Expressed in binary, that would be 111101.

Ascii codes is uses 7 bit binary code to reprsent each character

BIT means binary digit. So it is binary.

The Binary for ten in 8-bit binary is: 00001010

Binary code of 4 (base-10) = 100 (base-2) or written as 00000100 for the full 8-bit binary code.

This is 251 which in binary form is 11111011.

No, binary is a number system.A binary digit is called a bit.

That is called a "bit", short for "binary digit".

Assuming you interpret the bits as an unsigned number, that would be 1111111111 in binary, or 1023 (210 - 1) in decimal.

A BIT is a Binary digIT. Very small saving unit.Having two values,(0,1).

In BCD each digit of a decimal number is coded as a separate 4 bit binary number between 0 and 9.For example:Decimal 12 in BCD is shown as 0001 0010 (Binary 1 and Binary 2), in Binary it is 1100.

=One Binary number by itself is called a Bit.=

A 6-bit code is a system using six binary bits per character (letter, number, or symbol). That allows for a total of 64 possible characters.

A binary digit or a bit.

gray code is one which changes one bit at a time but binary code is one which changes one or more bit at a time. for example three bit binary and gray code the left one is binary and the right one is gray code.binary gray000 000001 001010 011011 010100 110101 111110 101111 100000 000

A bit is a unit of data. Bit is short for Binary Digit. A bit is either a 1 or a 0. All computers work on binary. Eight bits equal one byte. With one byte, you can store a number which is a code for any character on your keyboard.

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