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Computers only understand 0s and 1s Binary

Binary numbers

In the digital world, binaries are represented by 1 and 0. These digits interact with the hardware system to perform logic or any operations. The combination of these digits represents the numbers from 0 to 9.

The combination of 1 and 0 represents the entire set of numbers and characters. These numbers interact with computers using the binary language unknown to humans. Simple machines or transistors have two options on or off. But while you are interacting with a computer with documents and images or videos the binary files created using the binary numbers are huge.