Is it possible to program in binary?

Of course. It’s more commonly called machine code. It’s basically assembly language without the mnemonic devices. Someone who knows assembly very well could program in machine code with additional effort, referring to opcode listings (e.g. x86) as needed. Would I do it? No. Even assembly is only useful in rare circumstances, and there’s no reason (beside demonstrating your skills) … Read more

Converting an integer to binary in C

If you want to transform a number into another number (not number to string of characters), and you can do with a small range (0 to 1023 for implementations with 32-bit integers), you don’t need to add char* to the solution HalosGhost suggested to compact the code into a single line

convert decimal numbers to excess-127 representations

Assuming you are referring to Offset binary:, of which the most famous example would be Excess-3:, then the solution would be: a) 77 + 127 mod 256 = 204 mod 256 = 204 = 11001100 b) -42 + 127 mod 256 = 85 mod 256 = 85 = 01010101 etc…

How to used the alphabet binary symbols

You would only need 5 bits because you are counting to 26 (if we take only upper or lowercase letters). 5 bits will count up to 31, so you’ve actually got more space than you need. You can’t use 4 because that only counts to 15. If you want both upper and lowercase then 6 … Read more

binary bomb lab phase 6

What I know about this code is : 1. Input should be six numbers, and they should be different. 2. The range of numbers is 1 to 6. And the node is : So, the value of node1 to node6 are f6, 304, b7, eb, 21f, 150. I know b7 < eb < f6 < … Read more

What is the difference between signed and unsigned binary

The “signed” indicator means that the item can hold positive or negative values. “Unsigned” doesn’t distinguish between positive and negative values. A signed/unsigned variable can refer to any numerical data type (such as binary, integer, float, etc). Each data type might be further defined as signed or unsigned. For example, an 8-bit signed binary could … Read more

Reading a binary file with python

Read the binary file content like this: then “unpack” binary data using struct.unpack: The start bytes: struct.unpack(“iiiii”, fileContent[:20]) The body: ignore the heading bytes and the trailing byte (= 24); The remaining part forms the body, to know the number of bytes in the body do an integer division by 4; The obtained quotient is multiplied by … Read more