Q: What is a number using only 0s and 1's?

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Binary.

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Binary. It is the core of all computers, using only 1s and 0s. For example, a 2 would be 10. Pretty cool, actually. :D

A denary number is a number based on the ten digits, from 0 to 9. This is in contrast to the binary system used in computing, which consists entirely of 0s and 1s.

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A computer processes data using only 1s and 0s.

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It counts bits of information using 1s and 0s

Binary.

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9's complement of a decimal number represented in 2421 code is easily obtained by replacing the 1s with 0s,and 0s with 1s,so 2421 code is called a self complementing code.example-2421 of '2' is '0010',after replacing the 0s with 1s and 1s with 0s weget '1101' which is the 2421 of '7'(9s complement of 2 is 7). Thus 2421 code is self complementary.

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.

Invert the bits of each number in the binary sequence (change all 1s to 0s, and all 0s to 1s). So, you would have: 100110101 (original number) 011001010 (one's complement)

1s and 0s.

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You, as a programmer, can use a string with 1s and and 0s (or any other content) in each and every programming language.

101 x 101 is 10,201 but i can see how it can be confusing with only 1s and 0s