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Binary is a computer language which is completely made up of 1's and 0's. Letters and punctuation can be formed by putting seven 1 and/or 0 together to form a byte, these bytes are then put together to make words, then punctuation can be added.


Binary can be very easy once you learn it

for example my name is Martin, so my name in binary would be: 100110111000011110010111010011010011101110

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