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bi·na·ry /ˈbaɪnəri, ˌnɛri/

(a.)二進位的,二元的 ; (是一種數字進位系統,它有兩個基值,二進制與ASCII方式有所不同,因為二進制使用256個字元,所以不便進行錯誤檢查)

bi·na·ry /ˈbaɪnərɪ, ˌnɛrɪ/ 形容詞

二元的

binary

二進列

binary

二進標度

binary

二分查尋

From: Network Terminology

binary

二進制 二元 二進數

Bi·na·ry a. Compounded or consisting of two things or parts; characterized by two (things).

**Binary arithmetic**, that in which numbers are expressed according to the binary scale, or in which two figures only, 0 and 1, are used, in lieu of ten; the cipher multiplying everything by two, as in common arithmetic by ten. Thus, 1 is one; 10 is two; 11 is three; 100 is four, etc. --*Davies & Peck.*

**Binary compound** Chem., a compound of two elements, or of an element and a compound performing the function of an element, or of two compounds performing the function of elements.

**Binary logarithms**, a system of logarithms devised by Euler for facilitating musical calculations, in which 1 is the logarithm of 2, instead of 10, as in the common logarithms, and the modulus 1.442695 instead of .43429448.

**Binary measure** Mus., measure divisible by two or four; common time.

**Binary nomenclature** Nat. Hist., nomenclature in which the names designate both genus and species.

**Binary scale** Arith., a uniform scale of notation whose ratio is two.

**Binary star** Astron., a double star whose members have a revolution round their common center of gravity.

**Binary theory** Chem., the theory that all chemical compounds consist of two constituents of opposite and unlike qualities.

Bi·na·ry, n. That which is constituted of two figures, things, or parts; two; duality.

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From: WordNet (r) 2.0

binary

adj 1: of or pertaining to a number system have 2 as its base; "a

binary digit"

2: consisting of two (units or components or elements or terms)

or based on two; "a binary star is a system in which two

stars revolve around each other"; "a binary compound";

"the binary number system has two as its base"

n : a system of two stars that revolve around each other under

their mutual gravitation [syn: binary star, double

star]