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Binary numbers as a coding system date from ancient times, notably the hexagrams of the I Ching (800 AD China), and the even earlier binary poetic meter of Pingala in India (5th century BC).

Francis Bacon first discussed the replacement of letters with binary code (a precursor of the hexadecimal system) in 1605.

However, the extension of binary code to computer operations was not developed until a thesis by Claude Shannon in 1937, which was a major milestone in modern information theory.

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The Alphabet in Binary CodeLetterBinary CodeA01000001B01000010C01000011D01000100E01000101F01000110G01000111H01001000I01001001J01001010K01001011L01001100M01001101N01001110O01001111P01010000Q01010001R01010010S01010011T01010100U01010101V01010110W01010111X01011000Y01011001Z01011010LetterBinary Codea01100001b01100010c01100011d01100100e01100101f01100110g01100111h01101000i01101001j01101010k01101011l01101100m01101101n01101110o01101111p01110000q01110001r01110010s01110011t01110100u01110101v01110110w01110111x01111000y01111001z01111010

00110101 is the binary code for 53

the binary code of seventeen is 10001

00100001 is the binary code for 33

You can are ASCII-tabellen. For converting binary to text

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A Binary code is a way of representing text or computer processor instructions by the use of the binary number system's two-binary digits 0 and 1.So the purpose of binary code is to issue human readable code, changed to machine code (binary) that the computer understands and can execute the instructions.

The idea of binary code came about in the late 1600s and is often credited to Gottfried Leibniz , a German mathematician and all round clever person. Francis Bacon was using a binary code with letters of the alphabet as a cipher, so aaab aabb etc exactly the same as binary, this is in his book The Advancement of Learning.

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I think its something like this {| ! width="30%" | Letter ! Binary Code | A01000001B01000010C01000011D01000100E01000101F01000110G01000111H01001000I01001001J01001010K01001011L01001100M01001101N01001110O01001111P01010000Q01010001R01010010S01010011T01010100U01010101V01010110W01010111X01011000Y01011001Z01011010 and ! width="30%" | Letter ! Binary Code | a01100001b01100010c01100011d01100100e01100101f01100110g01100111h01101000i01101001j01101010k01101011l01101100m01101101n01101110o01101111p01110000q01110001r01110010s01110011t01110100u01110101v01110110w01110111x01111000y01111001z01111010 |}

Binary code of 4 (base-10) = 100 (base-2) or written as 00000100 for the full 8-bit binary code.

311 The number 100,110,111 in binary code would be: 101111101111000111100011111

Sixteen in the Binary code system is （1000）2

binary code(computer science) A code in which each allowable position has one of two possible states, commonly 0 and 1; the binary number system is one of many binary codes.Source: http://www.answers.com/binary+code?cat=technology

Decimal 30 = binary 11110. The decimal binary code (BCD), however, is 11 0000.

18 in binary is 10010

1110000 is 112 in binary.

356 in binary is101100100

Jack Kilby invented Binary Code.