Binary notation is a notation created in 1689 by Gottfried Leibniz.

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A binary code represents text, computer processor instructions, or any other data using a two-symbol system. The two-symbol system used is often "0" and "1" from the binary number system. The binary code assigns a pattern of binary digits, also known as bits, to each character, instruction, etc. Read more on Wikipedia...

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Example from Wikipedia:

```
100101 = [ ( 1 ) 脳 2^5 ] + [ ( 0 ) 脳 2^4 ] + [ ( 0 ) 脳 2^3 ] + [ ( 1 ) 脳 2^2 ] + [ ( 0 ) 脳 2^1 ] + [ ( 1 ) 脳 2^0 ]
100101 = [ 1 脳 32 ] + [ 0 脳 16 ] + [ 0 脳 8 ] + [ 1 脳 4 ] + [ 0 脳 2 ] + [ 1 脳 1 ]
100101 = 37
```

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