Can I read in Binary?!!
can human read (0,1) like computer do ?
@Supersebi3, it is: 0001 0100. From the right you start with (bit value)*2ⁿ where n is the position of the bit minus 1. So the first 0 has a value of (1 originally) 0. The third bit (the first 1) is 4 because (1)*2² is four, remember you have to subtract one from n because n starts at 0 not 1, and the fifth bit is 16 because (1)*2⁴ is 16. Adding 4 and 16 together gets 20. I'll link an actual programmatical representation when I get a moment. Here's the link: https://code.sololearn.com/cw5AO9O2cLmU/?ref=app
Yes, but times less efficient compared to a computer.
yes and no. yes if it is text or simple source code no if it is movie or song (i dont want to read movie, but watch movie)
yes by using ASCII.. though if the code is of many bits then it would be very difficult to read
Ofcourse you can read and watch them too in the pixels format
well, yeah I know that 32b is 20h, I just didn't understand that you were referring to hexidecimal @Sipersebi3
It depends on your RAM I guess, is you're brain under Linux or Windows ? Seriously you can, have you heard about the ASCII table ? Americans again ! Every character you use is encoded in the ASCII in Binary(2) and Hexadecimal(16) for exemple : 20 = 0001 0100 = a space if I remember ! Good luck knowing that a white space is encoded under 8bits I hope you have some Ibuprofen to read a book.
Binary is very difficult for humans But readable because it has created by humans
@coutable.n actually its 20 = 0010 0000
@SoraKatadzuma well but I certainly know that 20h =32d = 0010 0000b = space you calculated the thing for 20d, not for 20h Explanation: space is ascii char 32 32 in hex is 20 you can easily translate 2-digit hexnums into 8-bit binnums as following: 0010 0000 ^^^^ ^^^^ the first 4 are equal to 2 the last 4 are equal to 0 hence, 00100000b = 20h
@coutable.n yes, but 32 in decimal is 20 in hexadecimal which is space
yes we can but takes a lot of time to understand the concept 😡😩😩😢
yeah you can. learn Binary conversions.
@Supersebi3 I didn't understood your point first now I do ☺
@Supersebi3 you are wrong. 0010 0000 = 32.