|Amount of texts to »binary«||30, and there are 30 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)|
|Average lenght of texts||105 Characters|
|Average Rating||1.867 points, 5 Not rated texts|
|First text||on Apr 11th 2000, 13:00:36 wrote
Onan_Barbarian about binary
|Latest text||on Dec 30th 2003, 11:50:12 wrote
Bill Stuart about binary
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Does anyone actually know how the ones and zeros of binary code are translated into the things we see on the screen.
I get binary numbers
but, how does a computer work out that you mean, make this bit blue, and this bit black, or whatever, and not just go if 0 equalled white, and 1 equalled black, that you didn't mean one white dot, one black dot, one white dot, one black...
what seperates one binary chunk of coding from another, like full stops or whatever?
I can't find a book that'll tell me.
It's driving me nuts not knowing.
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