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Posted on 16-09-06 05:06
ok, I know this should be in encryption, but no one is ever on there, so i am posting this on here too. sorry mods if in wrong spot. I googled this and still havent found the answer unless I looked over it. I have been working on this for about 2 hours. I am working on somehting based on binary, and I got a few questions.

1.) i read on somehting that 5 in binary is 101(base 2) but I ran it through a binary prog and it came out as 00110101 and i was wondering why this is.

2.) Why is 0 as binary 00110000? is it just adding the 00110 to the original binary cause i also saw that 0 is just 000(base 2)


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Posted on 16-09-06 07:56
i wrote a program in vb .
that i made it as not visible for the user when the program is runnig
but i want to kno how i hide from the taskmanager program list
i want that in vb coding.....
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Posted on 16-09-06 08:34
zimmer wrote:
i wrote a program in vb .
that i made it as not visible for the user when the program is runnig
but i want to kno how i hide from the taskmanager program list
i want that in vb coding.....


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Posted on 16-09-06 08:37
i want to attach a picture in a mail that shud not b as a attachment
that sud b displayed as a picture in the mail..how can i attach ...plz let me kno soon...
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Posted on 16-09-06 10:34
zimmer, make a seperate forum thread for your own questions... dont go posting em in somebody elses threads....


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Posted on 16-09-06 12:41
zimmer, make a seperate forum thread for your own questions... dont go posting em in somebody elses threads....


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Posted on 16-09-06 12:44
@vegeta_man:

you can do the conversion yourself, and not need a program...
(use the following examples to get where you need to be)

Decimal-to-Binary

35 remainder
35/2=17 ----> 1
17/2=8 ----> 1
8/2=4 ----> 0
4/2=2 ----> 0
2/2=1 ----> 0
1/2=0 ----> 1

Now, write down the remainders from last to first.
So, you're answer is 100011.

In your case, 5 (base 10) will be in Binary (Base 2):
5 remainder
5/2=2 1
2/2=1 0
1/2=0 1

5 (base 10) = 101 (base 2)

By the way, 0 in Binary is 0000
Keep in mind that our answer in written in bits (duh)...
- 4 bits = 1 nibble
- 8 bits = 1 byte

0 can also be 000 (notice only 3 bits), 0's are sometimes skipped and it is assumed that they are 0's. So, _000 is assumed to be the same as 0000.



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Posted on 16-09-06 13:57
Well i've done a script that you can easily use to convert number in many different base ...

http://www.hellboundhackers.org/readcode.php?id=141

You'll see it's very usefull and nicely done.


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Posted on 16-09-06 23:36
thaks everyone, I got this part figured out finally. Now i gotta figure arrays(I am not 100% sure, but this is for lists right?) so I can make a simple encryption/decryption program I am doing in VB.net anyone have a common knowledge of arrays in vb.net and also, how do I figure numbers to get remainders in vb.net? This is kind of hard to google considering its too specific, but if someone gives me what "topic" I should google, i will do so, but please don't say vb.net or anything dumb as the topic.