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Saturday, December 22, 2018
Everything on Computers is based upon zeros and ones
That is why the code is binary rather than in a hexadecimal system like you learn in school. So, everything in numbers and letters has to be expressed in zeros and ones. If you want to convert a number here is a pattern of the decimal number on the left and a binary equivalent on the right. As you can see you need 4 places and a 1111 to express the decimal number 15 in binary