[OFF-TOPIC] It is true that is impossible write in binary code, the lowest level of programming that you can write is in hex code?
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Wed Nov 5 16:05:43 CET 2014
On 2014-11-05, Dennis Lee Bieber <wlfraed at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> "machine code" typically implies an instruction set specific
> to that machine... ALL computers operate in BINARY logic (a bit only
> holds 0 or 1). How you get those bits into the computer is
Just to muddy the water...
_Most_ parts of most computers operate in binary. Portions of some
parts (e.g. some NAND flash) use ternary, quaternary, or octal. IIRC,
four-state transistor cells are pretty common at the moment, but some
vendor(s) are working with 8-state cells.
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