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OpenStudy (anonymous):

If i want to make a programme with 1s and 0s where will I type those ????????

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Whr ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

You prob. Wouldn't use the 1 &0's yourself, humans use programming languages like BASIC, or c++ or some other of the scores of languages used then you compile the code for your system

OpenStudy (anonymous):

c++ using if statement

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Find a binary compiler on the internet.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

"Find a binary compiler on the internet." You do not "compile binary". Code in a human readable language is compiled (usually first into assembly, and then assembled into machine code). Machine code is the "1s and 0s" that make up the program.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

If you really want to manually construct a program using raw binary data, you'd need to look up the format of a executable file on the operating system you are working with, and then the format for the machine code instructions for the CPU architecture you are working with. Then you could manually enter the data into an editor that can handle raw data, like a "hex editor".

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Trolol, at my previous post. But anyway, you probably wont want to program in binary. The only advantage would be that the program would run really fast. but it would take forever to actually design and implement an application.

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