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1 digit is one bit, either 1 or zero in binary, so 8 bits shows 8 digits (10001011)

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

because it is derived from binary base system and the data in the memory chip is either 0 or 1 for each bit. The memory is actually bytes this depends on the data bus used 8 bits = 1 byte on an 8 bit data bus. 16 bits - 1 byte on a 16 bit memory data bus.

each lot of bits being bytes sits at an address. So 1 kilo byte of memory is stored in 1024 memory addresses. this uses 10 address lines. If you add one more address line 2^11 you get 2048 memory stores . As the 11 th bit can be 1 or 0 but allows access to another 1024 memory addresses.

each lot of bits being bytes sits at an address. So 1 kilo byte of memory is stored in 1024 memory addresses. this uses 10 address lines. If you add one more address line 2^11 you get 2048 memory stores . As the 11 th bit can be 1 or 0 but allows access to another 1024 memory addresses.

- 2 ^0 =1
- 2^1 =2
- 2^2 = 4
- 2^3 = 8
- 2^4 = 16
- 2^5 =32
- 2^6 = 64
- 2^7 =128
- 2^8 =256
- 2^9 =512
- 2^10 = 1024 = 1 kb

Feb 17, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

The Fisher & Paykel Smart Drive and EcoSmart electronic washing machines are equipped with fault detecting software to help easily determine the cause whenever a problem occurs. Not like other electronic washing machines, these ones do not have displays to flash the code, but rather use the eight (8) light-emitting diodes (LED) of the Wash Progress indicators to indicate the fault code. The eight (8) LEDs stands as an 8-bit binary number (zeroes and ones) that must be decoded and then converted to the decimal number system to get the fault code.

The fault code can be decoded by determining which Wash Progress LEDs are lit. Once determined which of the LEDs are lit, write down the 8-bit binary code; 1 for lit LEDs and 0 for the off ones. For example; the final wash, rinse, and spin LEDs are lit; the binary code is 00001101. This in turn can be converted to the decimal number system by multiplying each digit with its corresponding place value then adding up the result. From left to right, the place values are 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4 , 2, and 1 respectively. Therefore, the decimal equivalent of 00001101 is 128(0) + 64(0) + 32(0) + 16(0) + 8(1) + 4(1) + 2(0) + 1(1) = 8 + 4 + 1 = 13; the fault code is 13.

The fault code can be decoded by determining which Wash Progress LEDs are lit. Once determined which of the LEDs are lit, write down the 8-bit binary code; 1 for lit LEDs and 0 for the off ones. For example; the final wash, rinse, and spin LEDs are lit; the binary code is 00001101. This in turn can be converted to the decimal number system by multiplying each digit with its corresponding place value then adding up the result. From left to right, the place values are 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4 , 2, and 1 respectively. Therefore, the decimal equivalent of 00001101 is 128(0) + 64(0) + 32(0) + 16(0) + 8(1) + 4(1) + 2(0) + 1(1) = 8 + 4 + 1 = 13; the fault code is 13.

on Apr 17, 2010 | Electrical Supplies

The Fisher & Paykel Smart Drive and EcoSmart electronic washing machines are equipped with fault detecting software to help easily determine the cause whenever a problem occurs. Not like other electronic washing machines, these ones do not have displays to flash the code, but rather use the eight (8) light-emitting diodes (LED) of the Wash Progress indicators to indicate the fault code. The eight (8) LEDs stand as an 8-bit binary number (zeroes and ones) that must be decoded and then converted to the decimal number system to get the fault code.

The fault code can be decoded by determining which Wash Progress LEDs are lit. Once determined which of the LEDs are lit, write down the 8-bit binary code; 1 for lit LEDs and 0 for the off ones. For example; the final wash, rinse, and spin LEDs are lit; the binary code is 00001101. This in turn can be converted to the decimal number system by multiplying each digit with its corresponding place value then adding up the result. From left to right, the place values are 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, and 1 respectively. Therefore, the decimal equivalent of 00001101 is 128(0) + 64(0) + 32(0) + 16(0) + 8(1) + 4(1) + 2(0) + 1(1) = 8 + 4 + 1 = 13; the fault code is 13 which is a pump fault.

Once the code is determined, search the web for the meaning and indicate it when requesting for an online assistance to facilitate a quick and precise response.

The fault code can be decoded by determining which Wash Progress LEDs are lit. Once determined which of the LEDs are lit, write down the 8-bit binary code; 1 for lit LEDs and 0 for the off ones. For example; the final wash, rinse, and spin LEDs are lit; the binary code is 00001101. This in turn can be converted to the decimal number system by multiplying each digit with its corresponding place value then adding up the result. From left to right, the place values are 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, and 1 respectively. Therefore, the decimal equivalent of 00001101 is 128(0) + 64(0) + 32(0) + 16(0) + 8(1) + 4(1) + 2(0) + 1(1) = 8 + 4 + 1 = 13; the fault code is 13 which is a pump fault.

Once the code is determined, search the web for the meaning and indicate it when requesting for an online assistance to facilitate a quick and precise response.

on Apr 14, 2010 | Fisher and Paykel GWL11 Top Load Washer

the binary system are made only for ones and zeros, when you try to "add one digit" in the binary system, you must add an 1 in the right-sided zero of the binary code, that means that when you want to count up in binary, it should be:

00000 = zero

00001 = one

00010 = two

00011 = three

00100 = four

00101 = five

and so on.

to go up to next number you must add a "1" in the place close more to the right, once this digit has reached its two states (binary= first 0 then 1) the same process occurs in the next digit , but it only rise from zero to one once the right one has reached its two binary states.

the binary digit 01101 stand for: 13 (decimal)

00000 = zero

00001 = one

00010 = two

00011 = three

00100 = four

00101 = five

and so on.

to go up to next number you must add a "1" in the place close more to the right, once this digit has reached its two states (binary= first 0 then 1) the same process occurs in the next digit , but it only rise from zero to one once the right one has reached its two binary states.

the binary digit 01101 stand for: 13 (decimal)

Mar 04, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

a bit is a computer term which can be either 1 or zero. so a 40 bit password would be something like 1100011000011101100110010100101011001010 or any other combination of 40 1's and 0's.. familiarity with Binary numbers would help here.. not easy to remember though.

Hexadecimal is another method used to help simplify binary notation and we use the digits 0-9 and the letters A-F to represent a grouping of 4 binary digits or 4 bits. so the 40 digit string above could be represented as 10 Hexadecimal digits as follows

C61D99499ACA - which is a little easier to remember. ASCII is a standard by which we use 8 bits ( 8 binary digits or 2 hexadecimal digits ) to represent the numbers, letters and symbols on our keyboard... using a 5 letter password such as Bird? ( including the question mark) would be the equivalent of the following hexadecimal representation

42 69 72 64 3F or the binary/bit representation

0100001001101001011100100110010000111111

Hope this helps.

Hexadecimal is another method used to help simplify binary notation and we use the digits 0-9 and the letters A-F to represent a grouping of 4 binary digits or 4 bits. so the 40 digit string above could be represented as 10 Hexadecimal digits as follows

C61D99499ACA - which is a little easier to remember. ASCII is a standard by which we use 8 bits ( 8 binary digits or 2 hexadecimal digits ) to represent the numbers, letters and symbols on our keyboard... using a 5 letter password such as Bird? ( including the question mark) would be the equivalent of the following hexadecimal representation

42 69 72 64 3F or the binary/bit representation

0100001001101001011100100110010000111111

Hope this helps.

Nov 23, 2013 | EnGenius EUB9707 Wireless N Mini USB...

Each octal digit represents three binary digits. Simply convert each octal digit to three binary digits and string them together.

0o = 000b

1o = 001b

2o = 010b

3o = 011b

4o = 100b

5o = 101b

6o = 110b

7o = 111b

As an example, to convert 351o to binary:

3o is 011b

5o is 101b

1o is 001b

so 351o is 011101001b

0o = 000b

1o = 001b

2o = 010b

3o = 011b

4o = 100b

5o = 101b

6o = 110b

7o = 111b

As an example, to convert 351o to binary:

3o is 011b

5o is 101b

1o is 001b

so 351o is 011101001b

Sep 12, 2013 | Audio Players & Recorders

1) Look at the following numbers before trying to convert binary to decimal. Each of them represent the value in a binary number from left to right.

128-64-32-16-8-4-2-1

2) Look at your binary number, for this example lets use 10010010. For each one add the corresponding number from step 1, the number you come out with is the conversion.

So: 10010010 -> 128+16+2 -> 146

10010010 = 146

128-64-32-16-8-4-2-1

2) Look at your binary number, for this example lets use 10010010. For each one add the corresponding number from step 1, the number you come out with is the conversion.

So: 10010010 -> 128+16+2 -> 146

10010010 = 146

Jul 03, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

EGR valve (Incorrect signal)

131 CAN time out (instr

2)

Input binary

stream bit data (0-

12V)

CAN message between DME/EGS

not received within expected time.

132 CAN time out (instr

3)

Input binary

stream bit data (0-

12V)

CAN message between DME/EGS

not received within expected time.

Nov 26, 2010 | BMW 323 Cars & Trucks

binary is a real cool way to record numerical values

for future reference, a binary sequence represents multiple values being added to produce the total.nthe value of each unit is dependent on its location in reference to the farthest figure to the right.

EX:"011010" means "0+16+8+0+2+0"

so 22 would be "10110" in binary code (16+0+4+2+0)

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for future reference, a binary sequence represents multiple values being added to produce the total.nthe value of each unit is dependent on its location in reference to the farthest figure to the right.

EX:"011010" means "0+16+8+0+2+0"

so 22 would be "10110" in binary code (16+0+4+2+0)

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Mar 23, 2010 | RAD Data Communications RAD WEB RANger-II...

Hello desireejane,

One method is to do the following

public static long octalToDecimal(String octal) throws NumberFormatException {

// Initialize result to 0

long res = 0;

// Do not continue on an empty string

if (octal.isEmpty()) {

throw new NumberFormatException("Empty string is not an octal number");

}

// Consider each digit in the string

for (int i = 0; i < octal.length(); i++) {

// Get the nth char from the right (first = 0)

char n = octal.charAt(octal.length() - (i+1));

int f = (int) n - 48;

// Check if it's a valid bit

if (f < 0 || f > 7) {

// And if not, die horribly

throw new NumberFormatException("Not an octal number");

} else {

// Only add the value if it's a 1

res += f*Math.round(Math.pow(2.0, (3*i)));

}

}

return res;

}

One method is to do the following

- Convert the octal, hexadecimal or binary to decimal.
- Add or Subtract the decimal normally
- Convert the result back to octal, hexadecimal or binary.

**Convert the octal to decimal:**

public static long octalToDecimal(String octal) throws NumberFormatException {

// Initialize result to 0

long res = 0;

// Do not continue on an empty string

if (octal.isEmpty()) {

throw new NumberFormatException("Empty string is not an octal number");

}

// Consider each digit in the string

for (int i = 0; i < octal.length(); i++) {

// Get the nth char from the right (first = 0)

char n = octal.charAt(octal.length() - (i+1));

int f = (int) n - 48;

// Check if it's a valid bit

if (f < 0 || f > 7) {

// And if not, die horribly

throw new NumberFormatException("Not an octal number");

} else {

// Only add the value if it's a 1

res += f*Math.round(Math.pow(2.0, (3*i)));

}

}

return res;

}

Mar 24, 2009 | Sun Java Programming Language (cdj-275)

Sep 24, 2017 | Televison & Video

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