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Guys a binary table is so much easier to interpret the binary code, since each digit in the code represents either; 128, 64, 32, etc starting from left to right at 128. You just add up the 1s corresponding to the digits and compare to the table and it is so much easier
OMG it works, but why is it when you write the binary code for the numbers you use 7 digits instead of 8, eg: for 7 i have to write down 0110111. It has to start with the specific "011" so im just confused.
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