Basically as the title states I have designed a new code to replace binary as a computers operating language. I felt that the concept of 0's and 1's and only having a maximum of 250 possible words of ...
While looking at the code in C for division/multiplication by 2, it is found that shift operator is used rather than division operator. What is the advantage of using shift over division operator?
What is meant by binary compatibility? What is its importance during serialization/deserialization in a language like Java that deals in byte code?
In computing what is meant by binary compatibility? I read about it in context of serialization/deserialization that this process of serialize/deserialize should be binary compatible. What does it ...
First of all: I've got no academic background. I'm working primarily with Java and Spring and I'm also fond of web programming and relational databases. I hope I'm using the right terms and I hope ...
I see very often people using term binaries in different context. What are binaries? Collection on binary files, installation files, .dll files or what? Or is it just an general term for some ...