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Conversione di un numero
da Base 2 a Base 10.


In questo video viene spiegato con un esempio abbastanza elementare come si passa da numeri binari (base 2) a numeri decimali (base 10).

IF ANYONE WHO IS IN THE BIOSHOCK FANDOM AND IS SKILLED AT MAKING HQ GIFS

I can someone PLEASE make an HQ gif for me? 

At the very very end of the Burial at Sea episode 2 credits, there is a short little scene of the airplane tail falling into rapture!

I have been looking pretty dang hard for a gif of this but I havent been able to find one! Please help guys this is a really fucking cool and iconic scene that got overlooked!

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How Binary Works: Part 1: The Basics

BASICS

Everybody knows what binary is right? A ‘random’ collection of 1’s and 0’s which make a computer work. Well, binary is actually a posh word for base 2, which is a counting system with two digits ( 1 and 0 ). We count in base 10 because it has 10 digits, while the basic computer data is made out of base 2, 1 or 0, ON or OFF. 

FURTHER EXPLANATION

1     -      1

10   -      2

11   -      3

100 -      4

As you can see 2 in Binary is 10 because there are only two digits in Binary. 10 is the second digit in Base 2. 10 is the tenth digit in Base 10. Minutes are measured in Base 60 and hours are measured in Base 24. 

BITS AND BYTES

You often see binary in groups of 8. One binary digit in computing is called a bit. And 8 bits make up a byte. A THOUSAND BYTES DO NOT MAKE UP A KILOBYTE. 1024 bytes make up a kilobyte. 1024 kilobytes make up a megabyte. 1024 megabytes make up a gigabyte. 1024 gigabytes make up a terabyte and so forth. One Byte:

00101001

READING BINARY

01001001

That is one byte. How to read it? Simple, start from the right an every 1 is worth double as you go along:

  • The first digit is 1 and because is worth one when it is at the start
  • The second is 0 and therefore is worth nothing
  • The third is 0 and therefore worth nothing
  • The fourth is 1 and worth 8 because 1 x 2 x 2 x 2 equals 8 
  • The fifth is 0 and therefore worth nothing
  • The sixth is 0 and therefore worth nothing
  • The seventh is 1 and worth 128 
  • The eighth is 0 and therefore worth nothing