No, binary is a number system.
A binary digit is called a bit.
Eight binary digits are called a byte.Four binary digits are a nibble.
All I know is that when a number is negative, you convert the decimal into binary and if it is negative you put 1111 before the binary digits.
0xc = 1100 Hexadecimal digits use exactly 4 binary digits (bits). The 0x0 to 0xf of hexadecimal map to 0000 to 1111 of binary. Thinking of the hexadecimal digits as decimal numbers, ie 0x0 to 0x9 are 0 to 9 and 0xa to 0xf are 10 to 15, helps with the conversion to binary: 0xc is 12 decimal which is 8 + 4 → 1100 in [4 bit] binary.
The binary system uses two digits, zero and one.
Binary digits are 'bits'. There are only two of them. It doesn't matter what you call your digits or how you write them, as long as you do all of your binary arithmetic with only two symbols.
In binary system there are two digits: 0 and 1, or false and true01010101 (8 binary digits or 8 bits) are 1 byte.
Binary means two digits
Thirteen written in binary digits is: o|
There are two digits in the binary number system. 0 and 1
56 in binary is 111000. Unlike the decimal number system where we use the digits.
Binary means base 2 - it uses two digits. Those digits are zero and one.
There are only two digits used in binary: 0 (zero) and 1 (one).
Binary uses only the digits 0 and 1.