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Why is all data stored in a computer in binary form

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Why is all data stored in a computer in binary form?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Jess replied 6 years ago.

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BINARY is the data format that the computer understands: not a high-level or low-level programming language or a human language. All other data should be reduced and converted to this BINARY format so that a computer system can understand and work on it.

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With this process, all INSTRUCTIONS between hardware and software should be reduced or "converted" into a simple YES or NO or a ON and OFF state.

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