Definition of Binary code

1. Noun. Code using a string of 8 binary digits to represent characters.

Generic synonyms: Code, Computer Code

Definition of Binary code

1. Noun. (computing) A code that uses the binary digits (0 and 1), usually in groups of eight to represent characters, machine instructions or other data. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Binary Code

binary-coded decimal
binary acid
binary antonym
binary antonyms
binary arithmetic
binary arithmetic operation
binary code (current term)
binary collisions
binary combination
binary complex
binary compound
binary decimal
binary decimals
binary digit
binary distribution
binary distributions
binary file
binary function
binary functions
binary logarithm

Literary usage of Binary code

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1. Mystery of Tammuz 17 by Herbert R. Stollorz (2005)
"Computers use a binary code consisting of two digits: ones and zeros. ... The heavenly binary code is 5x2 meaning 10 - Jod the universe. ..."

2. SAS(R) 9.1.3 Language Reference:: Dictionary, Fifth Edition, Volumes 1-4 by SAS Institute (2006)
"+ 1 + B 8 *The EBCDIC binary code for a capital B is 11000010, and the ASCII binary code is 01000010. The input pointer moves to column 2 (d=1). ..."

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