### Crossword clues for binary

##### binary

- Using only ones and zeros
- Using only 1s and 0s
- Number system that uses only 0 and 1
- Number system in Programming 101?
- Made up of two
- Like true-false questions
- Like computer code
- Involving two
- Containing two components
- Consisting of zeros and ones
- Consisting of two components
- Apt subject in Comp Sci 101
- A kind of star system

##### Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

**binary**

*adjective*

**COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS**

**■ NOUN**

**code**

**binary**

**code**.

**binary**

**codes**is constructed which in itself, without any translation program, is quite meaningless.

**binary**

**code**is tested dynamically - 100% statically - before certification is awarded.

**binary**

**code**form.

**compatibility**

**binary**

**compatibility**and Solaris 2.0 as the operating environment.

**digit**

**binary**

**digit**- or 0 or a 1.

**binary**

**digits**.

**binary**

**digit**.

**binary**

**digits**that the machine has now produced at the left is the answer to the calculation.

**binary**

**digits**or hits.

**binary**

**digit**in each position.

**file**

**binary**

**files**.

**binary**

**files**or indexed files, the header file is created separately.

**form**

**binary**

**form**.

**binary**

**form**.

**format**

**binary**

**format**is used to represent store addresses, for example.

**binary**

**format**.

**interface**

**binary**

**interface**.

**binary**

**interfaces**are currently being developed by NeXT to provide application interoperability between Intel Corp and PA-RISC platforms.

**notation**

**binary**

**notation**.

**number**

**binary**

**numbers**representing 16 equidistant, cyclically generated carrier phase angles.

**binary**

**numbers**.

**binary**

**number**system, as described earlier.

**binary**

**number**, which is to be the setting of the steering wheel.

**binary**

**number**.

**binary**

**number**using two's complement representation.

**binary**

**number**can be bar coded using this system.

**numbers**

**binary**

**numbers**representing 16 equidistant, cyclically generated carrier phase angles.

**binary**

**numbers**.

**binary**

**numbers**.

**binary**

**numbers**in the form of on-off states.

**opposition**

**binary**

**oppositions**are, in Derrida's phrase, violent hierarchies.

**binary**

**oppositions**of componential semantics are natural and innate.

**policy**

**binary**

**policy**gained momentum, it remained possible to have that impression.

**system**

**binary**

**systems**because he combines mutually exclusive operations.

**binary**

**system**, made up of a cool, normal star and a White Dwarf.

**binary**

**system**binary in terms of curricula as well as organization?

**binary**

**system**in higher education.

**binary**

**systems**.

**tree**

**binary**

**tree**structure, a successful search is when a node in the tree is reached containing the candidate string.

**tree**is called a

**binary**tree, and of course its branching ratio is 2.

**binary**

**tree**, and neatly encodes the mid-point information needed for searching.

**EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS**

**binary**arithmetic, we wish to have a range of positive and negative values.

**binary**number.

**binary**chopping, a state is a pair of numbers.

**binary**numbers representing 16 equidistant, cyclically generated carrier phase angles.

**binary**search tree.

**binary**format is used to represent store addresses, for example.

**binary**divide.

##### The Collaborative International Dictionary

**Binary**

Binary \Bi"na*ry\, n.
That which is constituted of two figures, things, or parts;
two; duality.

--Fotherby.

**Binary**

Binary \Bi"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.

--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.

##### Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

**binary**

"dual," mid-15c., from Late Latin *binarius* "consisting of two," from *bini* "twofold, two apiece, two-by-two" (used especially of matched things), from *bis* "double" (see bis-). *Binary code* in computer terminology was in use by 1952, though the idea itself is ancient. *Binary star* in astronomy is from 1802.

##### Wiktionary

**binary**

a. Being in a state of one of two mutually exclusive conditions such as on or off, true or false, molten or frozen, presence or absence of a signal. n. 1 (context mathematics computing uncountable English) The bijective base-2 numeral system, which uses only the digits 0 and 1. 2 (context computing English) An executable computer file. 3 (context astronomy English) A star system consisting of only two stars.

##### WordNet

**binary**

adj. of or pertaining to a number system have 2 as its base; "a binary digit"

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"

**binary**

n. a system of two stars that revolve around each other under their mutual gravitation [syn: binary star, double star]

##### Wikipedia

**Binary**

**Binary** may refer to:

**Binary (novel)**

** Binary** is a techno-thriller novel written by Michael Crichton in 1972 under the pen-name John Lange. Michael Crichton also directed

**, a TV-Movie version. The story of both the book and the film revolve around a deadly nerve agent composed by combining two different chemicals. Hard Case Crime republished the novel under Crichton's name in 2013.**

*Pursuit***Binary (song)**

"**Binary**" is a 2007 single by Electronica artist Assemblage 23. It is taken from the album Meta.

**Binary (album)**

** Binary** is the fifth studio album by Kay Tse, released on July 25, 2008.

**Binary (Doctor Who audio)**

** Binary** is a Big Finish Productions audiobook based on the long-running British science fiction television series

*Doctor Who*. The Companion Chronicles "talking books" are each narrated by one of the Doctor's companions and usually feature a second, guest-star voice along with music and sound effects. Unlike most Companion Chronicles releases, this is, for the most part, a full cast audio story.

#### Usage examples of "binary".

Houston while the airmobile purred along contentedly, guided by intermittent streams of __binary__ being directed up at it from somewhere below.

The affirmation of hybridities and the free play of differences across boundaries, however, is liberatory only in a context where power poses hierarchy exclusively though essential identities, __binary__ divisions, and stable oppositions.

Pieces are there, like the way you count in octal instead of decimal, or the __binary__ aspects of your world: two suns, two moons, two sets of opposing fingers.

Kundera may propose no revolutionary alternative to the __binary__ structure he critiques, but in the exposure of oppositional thinking and its consequences, it is clear that Kundera aims beyond oppositions, if nothing else, in his ambitious attempt to expose oppositional extremes and deprive them of their power and appeal.

The memory contents of the computer would he represented optically by black and clear checkerboard arrays where each square, being black or not, would represent the 1 and 0 of the __binary__ number system which the machine uses.

Now when the individual testee depresses his COMPLETED key, his test pattern in __binary__ form is transferred directly to this unit for recognition.

They were developments of the original unicellular amoeba, quite large and with a highly-organized nervous system, but still amoeba, with pseudopodia, reproducing by __binary__ fission, and in the main offensive to Terran settlers.

The __binary__ conception of the world implies the essentialism and homogeneity of the identities on its two halves, and, through the relationship across that central boundary, implies the subsumption of all experience within a coherent social totality.

New Republic, but in the process, they had hopped forward in time by four thousand years, zigzagging between the two planetless components of the __binary__ system in an attempt to outrun any long-term surveillance that the Festival might have placed on them.

Power, or forces of social oppression, function by imposing __binary__ structures and totalizing logics on social subjectivities, repressing their difference.

Richard slowly turned each over, idly looking for anything that made sense to him as Zedd droned on about overlapping transpositional forks and triple duplexes bound to conjugated roots compromised by precession and sequential, proportional, __binary__ inversions shrouding flawed bifurcations that the formulas revealed which could only be detected through Subtractive levorotatory.

Wrong type of __binary__ system, no dwarf component, no supermassive star.

In principle, this was just another quantum computation, no different from the commonplace operation of turning a string of zeros into a superposition of every possible __binary__ number of the same length.

A group at Delft University in the Netherlands had arranged for a simple quantum computer to carry out a sequence of arithmetic operations on a register which had been prepared to contain an equal superposition of __binary__ representations of two different numbers.

Postmodernist thought challenges precisely this __binary__ logic of modernity and in this respect provides important resources for those who are struggling to challenge modern discourses of patriarchy, colonialism, and racism.