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Posted on 05-08-08 18:27
Ok got a question

when counting in binary why does my calculator say
10 = 00010000
shouldnt it be
10 = 00001010

1= 1 , 2=10 , 3=11 , 4=100 , 5=101 , 6=110 , 7=111 , 8 =1000 , 9=1001


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Posted on 05-08-08 18:29
actually your right, I don't know, but im guessing your using windows.


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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Posted on 05-08-08 18:32
What calculator are you using?



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Posted on 05-08-08 18:37
i am using windows becuase my friend who i was teaching binary to said i was wrong becuase his windows calc said 10 was 10000.

LOL i had to check it over with yall to see if i had been wrong all these years


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Posted on 05-08-08 18:47
in vista its 1010, so im guessing you also have SP3


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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Posted on 05-08-08 18:49
I don't think it's about OS's. He probably did a HEXADECIMAL 10 to Binary conversion.
00010000 translates to 16 in Decimal. 16 in Decimal translates to 10 in hex
00001010 translates to 10 in decimal. 10 in decimal translates to 0A in hex




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Posted on 05-08-08 19:10
yours31f wrote:
actually your right, I don't know, but im guessing your using windows.

Binary is binary, it doesn't matter what the OS is. The only difference you might find is that one processor might use big endian and another might use little endian (i doubt any you know what that means: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/big-endian). The problem is most likely due to a crappy calculator.

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He probably did a HEXADECIMAL 10 to Binary conversion.
00010000 translates to 16 in Decimal. 16 in Decimal translates to 10 in hex
00001010 translates to 10 in decimal. 10 in decimal translates to 0A in hex.

I missed this post. I agree that this is another likely cause.



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Posted on 06-08-08 03:58
lol @ all the people thinking binary is application level when its HOW COMPUTERS WORK !