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Binary coding

Binary coding is the term used to describe how information, normally numbers, are stored in binary, radix-2 form.

The conventional mathematical way is described in the article about binary, however to electronic purposes different ways of encoding numbers are used for efficiency or practical reasons.

Coding systems include: see Integral_data_type

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