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  1. #1

    Binary


    There are only 10 types of people in the world, people who understand binary and people who don't.

    Understand?

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    Nice geeky question the_guy_dressed_in_black

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    00100000011101110110100001101111001000000110010001 10111101101110
    01100000011101000010000001110101011011100110010001 10010101110010
    01110011011101000110000101101110011001000010000001 10100101110100
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    01111001011101010111000000100000011101000110100001 10010 10111001001100101001000000110000101110010011001010 01011 10001000000100100100100000011010000110000101100100 00100 00001110100011011110010000001100111011001010111010 00010 00000110100001100101011011000111000000100000011001 10011 01111011100100010000001111001011011110111010101110 01000 10000001101101011001010111001101110011011000010110 01110 11001010010000001100001011011100110010000100000011 10100 01101000011010010111001100100000011011110110111001 10010 100101110
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    Quote Originally Posted by gstuartj
    01010100011010000110010101110010011001010010000001 10000101110010
    01100101001000000111000001100101011011110111000001 10110001100101
    00100000011101110110100001101111001000000110010001 10111101101110
    01100000011101000010000001110101011011100110010001 10010101110010
    01110011011101000110000101101110011001000010000001 10100101110100
    00111111
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    01010100011010000110000101110100001001110111001100 10000001101000
    01100001011100100110010000100000011101000110111100 10000001100010
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    01001001001001110110110100100000011100110111010001 11010101101110
    01101110011001010110010000101110001000000101001101 11011101101001
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    Are you asking with the poll if you can read binary (too much free time) or if you understand your question?

    Whats that last post? Hexadecimal?

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    Remember kids, always practice safe hex! Use a calculator.

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    I can read the binary number system. I don't have the ascii equivelants or opcodes memorized if that's what you meen though.

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