This is an example of binary code. The highlighted sections are the bytes. As you can see there are 8 0's and 1's in a byte these are the bits
After assigning every character as an Ascii value they then are converted to binary values. The way they do that is by using bytes. Now bytes are the individual code that makes every character different. In 1 byte there are 8 bites. These 8 bits are just the 0s and 1s I was talking about.
Lets now recap on what we have learnt!
Then the computer converts the Ascii into binary data. using only 0s and 1s in specific orders. Each characters binary code is called a byte and there are 8 bits in each byte.
The first thing that has to be done is to make sure that every character has its own Ascii value.
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