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**Two** the prime religious and mystical meaning in

the science of

numeration is

finite completion,

involving defined limits,

and hence standing in

sharp contrast to

the indefiniteness associated with the nonfinite or cosmic;

and therefore pythagoras and his school looked upon two as

beginning the series of

even numbers,

each one signifying a

completion or a balance,

suggesting the material worlds as

contrasted with the spiritual.

the binary was regarded as "the

origin of differentiation,

hence of contrasts, discord, or matter,

the beginning of evil. . . .

with the early Pythagoreans, however,

the duad was that imperfect state into which the first manifested being fell when it

got detached from the Monad. It

was the point from which the two roads --

the good and the evil -- bifurcated.

all that which was double-faced or

false was called by

them 'binary' " (SD 2:574-5). It

was represented geometrically as a line,

because two is

produced by

the first motion from indivisible spiritual nature:

the line also forms the tie or

union between two points. to be

continue "Two2Â "

**binary**i"na*ry (&?;), a. [l. binarius, fr.

bini two by two,

two at a time, fr.

root of

bis twice;

akin to e. two: cf. f. binaire.]

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.

**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 of43429448.

**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.

**binary** i"na*ry, n.

that which is

constituted of

two figures, things, or parts; two; duality.

**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 ]* Â Â similar words(16)Â

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**Â binary compoundÂ ** (

*n.*)

That

which is

constituted of

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*a.*)

Compounded or

consisting of

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**Noun**1. a

system of

two stars that revolve around each other under their mutual gravitation (synonym)

binary star,

double star (hypernym)

star (hyponym) Aldebaran

**Adjective**1. of or

pertaining to a

number system have 2 as

its base; "a

binary digit" (pertainym)

binary numeration system,

pure binary numeration system,

binary number system,

binary system2.

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" (similar) multiple

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A

system for encoded digital information using two components: 0

and 1.

Of or

based on

the number two or

the binary numeration system (base 2).

digital computers use this form of

numbering because the values of 0

and 1

can easily be

represented by an

open or

closed switch.

1.

Â BaseÂ two. A number representation consisting of zeros and ones used by practically all computers because of its ease of implementation using digital electronics andÂ Boolean algebra.2. any file format forÂ digitalÂ dataÂ encoded as a sequence ofÂ bits but not consisting of a sequence of printableÂ charactersÂ (text). the term is often used for executableÂ machine code.Of course all digital data, including characters, is actually binary data (unless it uses some (rare) system with more than two discrete levels) but the distinction between binary and text is well established.3. A description of anÂ operatorÂ which takes twoÂ arguments. see alsoÂ unary,Â ternary.(1998-07-29)

the base 2 numbering system that has a very high use inÂ PCÂ technology. 10 in binary is equivalent to 2 in decimal.

binary data typeA data type that stores fixed-length binary data. the maximum length is 255 bytes.

- static variable in class java.sql.TypesÂ public static final int **BINARY**

binary means the use of only two values,0 and 1,in encoding data.All digital computers primarly use some form of binary encoding,such as 8 ,16,32 binary digits at a time.Characters that you see on screen or type with your keyboard are normally encoded with 8 binary digits.For example the binary value for the letter A is 01000001.

binary is a two-digit (Base-2) numerical system, which computers use to store data and compute functions. the reason computers use the binary system is because digital switches inside the computer can only be set to either on or off, which can be easily represented by a 1 or 0. though the binary system consists of only 0's and 1's, the two digits can be used to represent any number. for example, 0 in binary represents 0, 1 represents 1 (2^0), 10 represents 2 (2^1), 11 represents 3 (2^1 + 2^0), 100 represents 4 (2^2), 101 represents 5 (2^2 + 2^0), 110 represents 6 (2^2 + 2^1), 111 represents 7 (2^2 + 2^1 + 2^0), 1000 represents 8 (2^3), etc.

A numbering system involving the use of '1' and '0' eg. 11001001

the base 2 numbers system. all numbers are represented as a string of ones and zeros. the number system used by digital computers. A one is represented by a voltage and a zero by the absence of a voltage. In 4 bit binary the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, would be represented by 0000, 0001, 0010, 0011, 0100, 0101 respectively.

**Binary** means *composed of two parts or two pieces*.

A computer file in a compressed and/or unreadable form (e.g., a program or a computer image file). contrast withÂ ASCIIÂ text.

A digital numbering system based on two where data is expressed as combinations of "0"s and "1"s). bit - A single unit of digital information expressed as a "0" or "1".

dah-, dahik; dah-krus-, dah-krusik

having two forms, or two parts

** 1.** pertaining to a selection, choice, or condition that has two possible different values or states. **2.** pertaining to a fixed radix numerationÂ systemÂ that has a radix of 2.

A numbering system with only two values: 0 (zero) and 1 (one).

Two-valued. A binaryÂ relationÂ states how two kinds of elements are linked, e.g., "is married to", "is talking with", "is larger than", "precedes" . A binaryÂ alphabetÂ contains two kinds ofÂ characters,Â e.g., "0" and "1", "yes" and "no." A distinction, e.g. between "inside" and "outside", is a binaryÂ operation.Â Binary contrasts with unary = one-valued, ternary = three-valued, etc. (krippendorffÂ )