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Binary by Alison

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Binary Presentation by Alison Binary is a code that computers and calculators use.
It is made out of 0's and 1's that program the computer.
Each string has eight bits.
Binary was actually used for code.
It took many years to decode, but eventually it worked out Pingala developed the concept of
binary with the concept of 0 in 3rd
century (B.C.) He is Indian. Maybe
that is why binary can be found in
Sanskrit, and ancient Indian
language practically lost to the
world. More about Pingala Who invented Binary? There are actually more than one inventor who made alternations to binary. The first known person is Pingala. The inventor of the modern binary is Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz. What is Binary? More about Gottfried He is a German philosopher
and mathematician who
contributed greatly to the
concept of calculus, a math-
matical wonder. Thank you for watching! 001001001010101
101010101000010
1110111010101010
010010010100101
110000001010101
101001001010010
0010010101010101
11111111000100110 Binary Photos Now back to your regular scheduled programming.
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