Jun 21 2020 01:50 AM
Jun 21 2020 06:15 AM
@navercom1010 I really don't get your question.
Are you planning to write code for Windows or implement your own operating system?
In order to develop an operating system many things have to put into consideration and at the end codes will be converted to 0 and 1 in down level.
Improving performance in level of 0 and 1 is subject of microprocessor and mainly people work on improving compiler and interpreter to optimize human readable language when convert to assembly and from assembly it will convert to 0 and 1.
These are issues mainly discussed in IDE and microprocessor.
Do you have any idea to improve performance of system when convert code from human readable to assembly and from assembly to 0 and 1?
Jul 29 2020 06:25 AM - edited Jul 29 2020 06:29 AM
@navercom1010Think about it, any number powered by zero become one. Therefore if you use "binary power of binary code", you got binary code. Y'know what I mean? it's doesn't add any thing to binary code. I really didn't get what you mean at first, but I think this is the answer you are looking for. Did I get you wrong?
Aug 07 2020 05:09 AM
Lol I made an account here just to upvote your drawing and genius idea. I'm not sure, but the responses so far don't seem to grasp the uhh full ramifications of the power of the binary digit. Hey, lets invent a word for that! Maybe.. bidgit? ;)
You know, *unary* is vastly under-appreciated in the world of semi-conductors. It has some great properties, too. For instance, the length of sequence also happens to be its value. What other base can make *THAT* claim? I know, we should use unary for ALL our transactions and databases. Just imagine, 1 + 11 = 111! And computing higher numbers like 11111 + 11111111111 = 1111111111111111 could never get any easier.
You can literally paste the two numbers together to add them.. =) I, too, would be willing to share my genius with Microsoft.