I have this sheet that tells me what different binary codes are. The only numbers are 0 and 1. If you need me to spell out anything in binary code, make sure you give me credit in the project.
P.S. I'm 9 1/2 and I'm really, really smart!
I'm 9 in four months (including this month) will be ten and doesn't even know what binary code is!!!
I don't need a sheet for binary code.
No its more than that. Soon I'll be able to memorize the whole binary code if I keep writing down words
Stop bragging it's not very nice
I love binary too. But sadly this isn't related to Hopscotch, but it is related to coding, so just remember to stay on topic.
I really like binary as well I've used a bit of it before in one of my Hopscotch projects and it's interesting knowledge to have for coding anywhere in general. So I think it's okay and like @KathrynJaneway said, just try not to stray off-topic. But it is really great of you to offer to do this @friendship2468
And @friendship2468 and @game_difficulter it's super cool you both know about binary code. I think we should just be careful and considerate when we're saying something and think about if it might make someone feel bad about their ability in any way, and it's true that it's not a nice feeling. But you are most welcome to share any knowledge you have for other Hopscotchers to learn
Speaking of which, I don't really know anything about spelling out words using binary codes Is it like how ASCII and Unicode letters have codes? That's really cool that you can spell words out using codes like that. Do you think you could give an example? Like how would the letter A be spelt?
You'll be able to memorize ALL of BINARY?! No one in the whole world knows how! But I believe in you, so push to it!
Reading all these posts is made me realize that there are 10 types of people in this world. Those who know binary, and those who don't .
But in all seriousness @t1_hopscotch the type of binary Code @friendship2468 is talking about is The American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII). This system uses a set of 7 ones and zeros to make letters. (Which are then put together to make words). So for example a lowercase a in ASCII is 1100001. I hope this helps!
PS: If you want to decipher/encrypt your own binary codes websites like these http://www.unit-conversion.info/texttools/convert-text-to-binary/ can help. ( I have actually used binary code in some of my past projects as hidden Easter eggs. See if you can find any!)
That depends. Capital or lowercase?
No, ten doesn't have a number in binary code. You'd have to use this:
00110001|0110000 in binary code is ten. That's for trying, though!
Actually, 10 does have a binary code:
Because binary is just base 2, which means every single thing in binary is a number. Letters are just represented by their ascii code, which is a number as well.
Edit: Sorry @t1_hopscotch, didn't mean for that to be a response to your post
Can anyone translate this?
01001001 00100000 01101100 01101001 01101011 01100101 00100000 01110000 01101001 01100101 00100000 01110111 01101001 01110100 01101000 00100000 01100011 01101000 01100101 01100101 01110011 01100101 00100000 01100011 01110101 01110010 01100100 01110011
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I would just like to know how any of this relates to hopscotch or the forums. It seems quite off topic.
Nice! I ran out of likes, so here
I don't know, sorry if it is off topic, I just kind of wanted to see if it would work with other people. 🙃🙃
I meant the topic not your post