Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Like the guy said in the above they use binary or base 2 notation . but some early computer like the Eniac could use decimal counting ( using binary coded decimal or BCD formatting ) but it was a pain to work woth it. today all computers use binary notation and have built in program to display in decimal for us.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 05, 2014
Hi John, a computer work with a binary system, bits and bytes. With electricity, it can only be on or off, charged or discharged.
All maths functions that is used in software have to be converted to the base binary system for the processor to do calculations. Does this answer your question?
If not, please elaborate on your question.
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