# Binary numeral system

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A binary numbers composed of two digits, 0 and 1. This base-2 system is the basis for digital systems. Smallest binary item, called a bit (binary digit).

The binary number can be specified by preceding it with a percent sign (%).

## Conversion Table

Binary | Hexadecimal | Decimal |
---|---|---|

%0000000000000000 | $0000 | 0 |

%0000000000000001 | $0001 | 1 |

%0000000000000010 | $0002 | 2 |

%0000000000000011 | $0003 | 3 |

%0000000000000100 | $0004 | 4 |

%0000000000000101 | $0005 | 5 |

%0000000000000110 | $0006 | 6 |

%0000000000000111 | $0007 | 7 |

%0000000000001000 | $0008 | 8 |

%0000000000001001 | $0009 | 9 |

%0000000000001010 | $000a | 10 |

%0000000000001011 | $000b | 11 |

%0000000000001100 | $000c | 12 |

%0000000000001101 | $000d | 13 |

%0000000000001110 | $000e | 14 |

%0000000000001111 | $000f | 15 |

%0000000000010000 | $0010 | 16 |

%0000000000010001 | $0011 | 17 |

%0000000000010010 | $0012 | 18 |

%0000000000010011 | $0013 | 19 |

%0000000000010100 | $0014 | 20 |

... | ... | ... |

%0000000010011111 | $009f | 159 |

%0000000010100000 | $00a0 | 160 |

... | ... | ... |

%0000000011111111 | $00ff | 255 |

%0000000100000000 | $0100 | 256 |

%0000000100000001 | $0101 | 257 |