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“There are 10 kinds of people: those who know binary and those who don't. Bet you've never heard that one before.”

~ Oscar Wilde on binary

Just Had to Know, Didn't you? Just Had to Know, Didn't you?

“In Soviet Russia, binary decodes YOU!!”

~ Russian Reversal on Binary

“You say 'tomato', I say '00100010011101000110111101101101011000010111010001101111001000100000110100001010'.”

~ Your computer on binary

“If you can read this, you're using a converter.”

~ Uncyclopedia on this page
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Binary is a code based on the letters of the acronym "LOL", but with the L's written in lowercase.

Binary in Biology[edit | edit source]

Fig. 1

Binary has been used in biology to decode the structure of DNA This in turn has been used to produce clones For example, the man in Figure 1 above on the left, Larry Legstrong was cloned using binary. Were it not for the scientific precision afforded by binary, a trained observer might be able to tell these apart:

The story of binary[edit | edit source]

In A.D. 2101, war was beginning. Captain: What happen? Mechanic: Somebody set up us the bomb. Operator: We get signal. Captain: What! Operator: Main screen turn on. Captain: It's you!! CATS: How are you gentlemen!! CATS: All your base are belong to us. CATS: You are on the way to destruction. Captain: What you say!! CATS: You have no chance to survive make your time. CATS: Ha Ha Ha Ha.... Operator: Captain!! Captain: Take off every Zig!! Captain: You know what you're doing. Captain: Move Zig. Captain: For great justice!

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01000010 01101001 01101110 01100001 01110010 01111001 00100000 01101001 01110011 00100000 01110100 01101000 01100101 00100000 01101111 01110000 01101001 01100001 01110100 01100101 00100000 01101111 01100110 00100000 01110100 01101000 01100101 00100000 01100100 01101001 01100111 01101001 00101101 01101101 01100001 01110011 01110011 01100101 01110011 00100000 00101101 00101101 00100000 01010010 01101111 01100010 01101111 00101101 01001011 01100001 01110010 01101100 00100000 01001101 01100001 01110010 01111000 (putting this resulting set of 1s and 0s into the binary translator yields: Binary is the opiate of the digi-masses -- Robo-Karl Marx)

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Dude why are you reading this all the way down here? Okay it wasn't that far down here but you shouldn't even be reading this at all. If you aren't using a translator, then it's pretty sad that you read the whole thing. In fact, it's sad that you even know binary, what kind of life do you have? I know the other guy said that knowing binary is cool or something, but seriously, what kind of life do you have to have enough time to know binary? Seriously, stop reading this, right now. I don't care if you want to read the whole thing. Just stop reading right now. Obviously, you haven't left yet, unless you have that ablity to read things without seeing them, but you should just leave this article right now, try reading one of the other articles They are pretty good one. Don't worry, I won't care if you don't read this all. Just stop reading this. Who knows, it might even go on forever. I have my copy and paste buttons right here.... SERIOUSLY WHY ARE YOU STILL READING THIS?!?!?!?! I told you like five times to leave, and guess what, now I'm gonna leave! GoodbYe you "all page reader"!

Combining Binary and 1337[edit | edit source]


4f73r 7h3 d3(4y 0f 1337, 7h3 7ru3 h4x0r5 574r73d 70 wr173 1n 81n4ry 1337 r47h3r 7h4n |337, 4|50 (4||3d 81n|337, wh1(h 4((1d3n7|y 4|50 m34n5 "1 4m 1337" 1n 63rm4n. 7h3 (hur(h 0f 5474n 83|13v35 y0u (4n 533 7h3 83457 1n 7h3 p4773rn5 0f 0n35 4nd z3r035 0f 7h3 818|3 3n(0d3d 1n 807h 81n4ry 4nd 1337. 7h15 f4(7 15 d15pu73d 8y J35u5 |-|. (hr157.

Oooh, Daaa-VY![edit | edit source]

We got hosed, Tommy. HOSED.

We got hosed, Tommy. HOSED.Davy, it's YOUR responsibility to walk Goliath! If I find a pile!of his shit in the living room again, I'm going to rub YOUR nose in it, then shoot Goliath while you watch. Now, send your little Negro friend back to his own kind, and give me that God Damn Mountain Dew because God said I should have it.

Programs[edit | edit source]

  1. include <stdio.h># include <stdlib.h># include <time.h>int main (){ int i = 0 ; srand ( time ( NULL ) ) ; for ( ; i ++ < 1024 ; ) putchar ( rand () % 2 + 48 ) ; return 0 ;}

Wide Binary[edit | edit source]

Wide Binary is a mainstream alternative to traditional binary, but with the added bonus of affording 7 choices, instead of the more traditional two.

Wide Binary bits are either 0, 1 (to maintain compatibility with traditional binary), plus the new options K, _, €, Denis and 'Flarflwe', which cannot be represented in a human-readable form.

The widebit, K, rose to popularity last year with news of its inclusion in the forthcoming Mac OS X 10.5 version of rm

Whilst the other wide pieces of binary have so-far failed to grab mainstream recognition, traces of Denis have been found in HTML pages online, and an RFC was put forward to develop a new bit-mapped display for PCs, to display Flarflwe with the use of circles.

In Mediocre Britain, wide binary can be expanded using the Welsh rarebit, which doubles the numbers of words and is itself quite tasty.

Wide Binary is also the name used to describe it when me and your fat momma are getting it on; 10, 10, 10, 01 (when she's on top) 10...and so on.

See Also[edit | edit source]