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Synonyms for binary

composed of two parts or things

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a system of two stars that revolve around each other under their mutual gravitation

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a pre-compiled, pre-linked program that is ready to run under a given operating system

consisting of two (units or components or elements or terms)

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For this level, students will learn to count to 15 using the binary number system.
Thus, the decimal number corresponding to the binary number
CCENT and CCNA topics include: cabling, binary numbers, OSI model, IOS fundamentals, IP addressing, IP routing, NAT, PAT, subnets, switching and wireless networks.
5 minute random words - Boris Konrad 106 words (previous record 84) 5 minute Binary numbers - Ben Pridmore 930 digits (Ben attempted 930 and recalled them perfectly - no errors) - Ben previously held the record with 795.
Digital computers can only work with binary numbers so, in order to interface with a physical system, the mechanical or electrical analog signals have to be converted to binary quantities using an Analog to Digital Converter (ADC), or from binary quantities to analog ones using a Digital to Analog Converter (DAC).
Users can enter queries in hexadecimal, octal or binary numbers.
With this ability to express up seven binary numbers they could assign any one of three distinguishable data bits to an) pit--giving each pit three possible meanings, instead of just one.
It displays all sorts of bizarre binary numbers, bar codes, scanning cross-hairs and geometric shapes, along with a deep rumble, filtered voices, computer beeps and buzzes.
uk Instead of seeing either an ordinary clock face or digital numbers, you get binary numbers - it's up to you to add them up to get the right time.
7 million, while three binary numbers were sold for Dh6.
Information Technology: An Introduction for Today's Digital World" by Richard Fox (Professor of Computer Science, Northern Kentucky University) is a 546 page compendium covering the extensive spectrum of IT including computer organization and hardware, operating systems, networks, scripting, binary numbers, DOS, Linux, computer security, and a great deal more.
11 In computing, binary numbers are always made up of zero and which other digit?