Computer Science: Data Representation

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What is Binary?

Computers use the binary alphabet to represent all data and instructions. Binary code consists of two digits: 0 and 1. They symbolise voltage with 0 being off and 1 being on. Binary code could represent different types of data such as text, image, sound, integer, date and real number.





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