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Why was 0110 afraid of 0111?

jvarness profile image Jake Varness ・1 min read

Because 0111 1000 1001!!! πŸ˜‚

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I really don't want to ruin the fun by TMI, but at the same time, really want to laugh together. Would you kindly explain it to this poor code newbie? (At least I have knowledge about binary and its operations.)

 

Hey Juneau, sure I can!

The numbers are binary. From the rightmost bit to the leftmost, you add the numbers up in powers of 2 given the position of the number (starting with 0) as the exponent.

0110 = (0 * 2^3 ) + (1 * 2^2 ) + (1 * 2^1 ) + (0 * 2^0 ) = 0 + 4 + 2 + 0 = 6

So 0110 = 6, 0111 = 7, 1000 = 8, and 1001 = 9.

Does the joke make sense now?

 

Oh...... I actually got that far, but didn't know the 789 jokes.
After I saw your comment, I got more lost (since I thought it might be something with the operator, not the value itself) and googled, and gotch.
Poor myself... I should go to bed and cry a bit.

Lol I'm sorry, I misinterpreted what part of the joke you didn't understand.

It's a corny joke anyhow πŸ˜‚

Thanks for putting such effort explaining it. It’s so kind of you.πŸ˜‰