How To Write In Binary Code
Binary Code is relatively simple to write in, if you have a P.H.D. in Smartness. I was taught how to do this by my peep Alec, who is all knowing and powerful and whose semivlog is linked to on the right. Binary, although simple, takes a long time to write. But anyway, if you are incredibly bored, here is how to do it:
In order to write numbers in Binary, you must start first with the chart below. Some can do binary in their head, but that is way to advanced for me.
1 
2 
4 
8 
16 
32 
64 
etc… 








To write, for example, 5, one would write 101, because the 1s would represent where to add the digits together. Because of the 1s in the “1” and “4” boxes, you would add 1 and 4 together, equaling: 5! What a surprise! Using these digits, you can write any number there is, except infinity. The top row extends to eternity, each digit doubling for the next box. So 129 would be 10000001.
To put actual letters, I have no idea to do it officially, so I simply write the corresponding letters (A=1, B=2, etc), and separate the letters within a word by commas. For instance, “hi” would be 0001,1001.
Now wasn’t that simple?
No?
In that case:
1101,0111,10101,01,101
in that case: klvbe?
noob said this on March 26, 2009 at 3:18 pm 
You are a bit off on the lettering, i use this site for referance
http://www.theskull.com/javascript/asciibinarylist.html
Karl said this on June 2, 2009 at 4:06 pm 
oh and it writes from right to left, so 00 would be 0 and 01 would be 1 and 10 would be 2
Karl said this on June 2, 2009 at 4:09 pm 
actually you’ve got the hole thing wrong for words, “hi” would actually be 01101000,01101001. you have your basic chart from right to left 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1. and you have your lettering which is different for both lower and capital letters. #6590 is capital AZ and #97122 is lower case az. now from there you can use basic binary math to figure out the placements of all 0’s and 1’s.
Landon said this on February 14, 2011 at 10:05 am 