Here is the binary code of “I Love You”: 01101001 00100000 01101100 01101111 01110110 01100101 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101. The following is the meaning of every translation: 01101001 – I. 01100111 – L.

Spoilers (1) The binary that Dwight types "011 1111 011 011" doesn't translate to anything as read on screen. However there is a fan theory on how "Dwight" wanted the code to be read. That if you add back the zeros left out due to them not being needed and reverse the order.

All the letters, characters, words, digits, sentences, numbers, symbols, etc can be written in binary codes. The binary code for I Love You is- 1001001 1001100 1101111 1110110 1100101 1011001 1101111 1110101.

The smallest 8-bit binary number (in the encoding most often used for representing colors) is 00000000, which represents zero, while the largest is 11111111, which represents 255.

Remember that in binary 1 is "on: and 0 is "off." Choose the binary number that you want to decode. Give each number a value, starting from the extreme right. For example, using the number 1001001, 1=1, +0=2, +0=4, +1=8, +0=16, +0=32, +1=64.

Every hex digit represents 4 binary digits, called nibbles, which makes representing large binary numbers simpler. For example, the binary value of 1010101010 can be represented as 2AA in hex.

With unsigned (or no negative numbers) with 8 bits we have: 00000000 - representing 0, the smallest number possible. 11111111 - representing 255, the largest number possible. For a total of 256 possible numbers represented.

143 in binary is 10001111. Unlike the decimal number system where we use the digits 0 to 9 to represent a number, in a binary system, we use only 2 digits that are 0 and 1 (bits).

1111 in binary is 10001010111. Unlike the decimal number system where we use the digits 0 to 9 to represent a number, in a binary system, we use only 2 digits that are 0 and 1 (bits). We have used 11 bits to represent 1111 in binary.

For example, if your birthday is on June 11, 2013, it would be written as 6/11/13. 2. Convert the birthday date to binary format. Using our same example from above, 6/11/13 translated into binary code would be: 110/1011/1101.