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The magic that happens inside computers and virtually all digital devices is based on Binary Numbers. In the binary number system, you have only two numbers . . . 0 and 1. Larger numbers are represented by having more bits, but each bit is either a zero or a one. The reason for this is that computer chips are made up of huge numbers very simple on off switches. If we consider a switch in the on state as a “1” and the off state as a “0”, then any number can be represented by a series of on and off switches. This is the core of how a computer works.
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