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**When we count and do everyday calculations such as adding and multiplying, we use the decimal
**

number system. When computers count, calculate and process words, they use the binary number

system.

What is the difference between these two number systems?

In 'decimal' arithmetic, which is based on the number 10, the positions of the digits in a number, reading

from the right, mean ‘units’, ‘tens’, ‘hundreds’, ‘thousands’, and so on. (The value of each position goes up

by a factor of 10.) The decimal system uses 10 numerals (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9) and the number 453 means

3 units, 5 tens and 4 hundreds.

In the binary representation of a number, the position of the digits, reading from the right mean ‘units’,

‘twos’, ‘fours’, ‘eights’, ‘sixteens’, and so on. (The value of each position goes up by a factor of 2.) The

binary number system uses two numerals (0,1) and 1101 means 1 unit, no twos, 1 four and 1 eight, or 1 +

4 + 8, which equals 13. (A binary digit (a 1 or a 0) is called a bit.)

Here are some other examples:

Decimal Number

Binary representation

2

3

5

6

15

56

10 11 101 110 1111 111000

100

1100100

**Binary numbers and computers
**

The binary number system is ideal for use in computer programs because the two digits can be

represented by the two states of an electronic circuit (off = 0 and on = 1).

Although computers are based on the binary number system, we don't have to use binary numbers when

using a computer or calculator. Instead, we enter decimal numbers which computer programs translate

into binary representations before manipulating them.

Representing letters with a binary code

Binary codes can represent the letters of the alphabet, numerals, common symbols, and commands such

as 'space' or 'enter'. These are not represented by single bits, but rather by eight-bit assemblages called

bytes.

Using groupings of eight means that it is possible to generate 2 or 256 different combinations, each of

which can be assigned a different meaning. A byte can represent an individual letter, numeral, symbol or

command in a text document, in which case every character in the document uses a byte. (The computer

memory required to store the 8 bits is also called a byte.)

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There are 47 keys on an ordinary computer keyboard, and each can be used with or without the ‘Shift’

key, making 94 basic symbols to be encoded for numbers, small letters, capitals, and common

punctuation. (The ‘Space’ bar and the ‘Return’ key add two more to this.) The ASCII code for computers

there are a large number of ‘spare’ codes for other symbols which are used in an extended ASCII system. 13. Digital communications Computing is not the only area of technology that uses the binary number system.d. 2005.uses a 7-bit code which can represent 128 symbols – more than enough to encode all 'ordinary' keyboard symbols.net/. just as a computer does. (n. We now live in a digital world. In these examples. If grouping of eight are used (256 possible combinations). These symbols are encoded using either the ‘Control’ or the ‘Alternate’ keys together with one of the 47 ordinary keys (making an extra 94 symbols). Once the keystrokes are encoded in binary form. from http://citationmachine.science. USA) Binary numbers.org.htm#box %203 Retrieved Oct. http://www.). Finally there are codes for the 12 ‘Function’ keys and for the other special keys (eg. the system detects the difference between a 1 and a 0 in the signal.au/nova/021/021print. mobile phones as well as for fibre optic and satellite communications. arrow keys) at the right of the keyboard. the computer can recognise the difference between numbers and other symbols and can process them accordingly. Australia) How bytes and bits work (How Stuff Works. 'Digital' representations based on binary numbers are used for CDs. and the most important digits are 1 and 0! Related sites On binary numbers (Telstra ClassRoom. .

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