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LETS REVIEW THE BINARY SYSTEM Binary symbols (O / I) represent electrical impulses. SendsElectricity Receives
BITS & BYTES The symbols O and I are considered a bit. 8 bits = 1 byte
LOOK AT THE KEYBOARD Notice the different keys. How many keys are there? What about function keys? Upper case/ lower case.
HOW MANY BITS? Using only O & I how many are needed to represent ever key? Lets try a combination of 2: OO OI II IO OK, four keys can be represented.
Lets try a combination of 3: OOO OOI OIO IOO III IIO IOI OII OK, not enough with three. How many bits are needed?
We need a total of eight (8) symbols or bits to represent every key on the keyboard. 8 Bits = 1 Byte
ASCii Code The ASCii code assigns a numerical code to each letter. Here is an example: A = 65 B = 66 C = 67
Binary Code How do the numbers from the ASCii code translate to Binary? Lets go back to kindergarten……
Lets analyze the number … 5281 What does this number mean? The 1 has a place value. The 8 has a place value. The 2 has a place value. The 5 has a place value.
Calculate: 5 x 1000 = x 100 = x 10 = 80 1 x 1 = 1
Binary This technique is also used in binary system. In the decimal system we use 10 symbols to represent each number. The binary system is based on 2 (O / I). Any number can be represented by a series of O/I.
Convert Binary to Alpha/Numeric – STEP 1: Set up place values. STEP 2: Add up all place values containing I. STEP 3: Look up translator (ASCii) number on table to identify key value pressed. Binary Math Steps
Convert to Binary to Alpha/Numeric symbol eight place value. Add all the 1s: STEP 1 STEP 2
Convert to Binary to Alpha/Numeric STEP 3 Translator (ASCii) # 41 = )
Decimal to Binary Lets translate the #50 to binary code: ___ 0
Convert Alpha/Numeric to Binary Now lets try to other way…. STEP 1: Get translator number by looking up key value on ASCii chart. STEP 2: Set up place values. STEP 3: Starting on left with place value 128, place an I in every Value that will divide into the ASCii number. STEP 4: Check it! Add up all place values containing I. The number should equal your ASCii number.
Decimal to Binary Practice Convert the following key to binary: Z = AACii (Translator) # 90 Trick: Even #s end in O and odd #s end in I. STEP 1
STEP 2 Decimal to Binary Practice STEP STEP = 90 Z = 90 =