## binary

## teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

2020 numarası ikili olarak 11111011111 olarak gösterilir. – The number 2020 is represented as 11111011111 in binary.

Dünya üzerinde 10 çeşit insan vardır: ikilik sistemi anlayanlar ve anlamayanlar. – There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary, and those who don’t.

Dünya üzerinde 10 çeşit insan vardır: ikilik sistemi anlayanlar ve anlamayanlar. – There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary, and those who don’t.

### İlgili Terimler

## teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

He downloaded the binary distribution for Linux, then burned it to DVD.

The bijective base-2 numeral system, which uses only the digits 0 and 1 Being in a state of one of two mutually exclusive conditions such as on or off, true or false, presence or absence of a signal

Binary states are often abstracted as 1 and 0 in computer science.

Of an operation, function, procedure, or logic gate, taking exactly one operand, argument, parameter, or input; having domain of dimension 2

Division of reals is a binary operation.

A binary statistical distribution has only two categories.

A star system consisting of only two stars Concerning logic whose subject matter concerns binary states double, two and two, of two Any scheme that uses two different states, components, conditions or conclusions In mathemathics, the binary or base-2 numbering system uses combinations of the digits 0 and 1 to represent all values The more familiar decimal system has a base of 10 (0-9) Computers and other digital devices are designed to work with information (internally) in the form of binary numbers, because it is relatively simple to construct electronic circuits that generate two voltage levels (“on” and “off”, corresponding to 1 and 0) Unlike computers, people find binary numbers that consist of long strings of 0s and 1s difficult to read, so most people who work at this level use hexadecimal (base-16) numbers instead consisting of two (units or components or elements or terms) or based on two; “a binary star is a system in which two stars revolve around each other”; “a binary compound”; “the binary number system has two as its base” Numbering system based on two digits: 0 and 1 Having exactly two states, such as true and false Also, numbering system characterized by ones and zeros (1=on, 0=off) Mathematical base 2, or numbers composed of a series of zeros and ones Since zero’s and one’s can be easily represented by two voltage levels on an electronic device, the binary number system is widely used in digital computing A system of counting using only two digits, “0” and “1” (base 2) Computers speak in binary at their most basic level; anything else is translated into binary, so the computer can understand it Denoting a numbering system to base 2 in which numbers are expressed as combinations of the digits 0 and 1, with positional weighting based on powers of 2 In computing these can be represented electrically by ‘off’ and ‘on’ respectively, or in machine-readable symbols by narrow and wide elements or by the absence or presence of a bar module Binary describes something that has two different parts. a binary s(Tarih) binary digit binary code binary star eclipsing binary Refers to data consisting of arbitrary values, as opposed to that which can be interpreted as plain or ASCII text ~~having two parts; of or pertaining to a numbering system based on two digits; of or pertaining to the method of coding information in computers (Computers) A file format option using patterns of 0s and 1s to represent each of the characters This format is the most compact to store on the PC but must be converted before it can be imported, printed, or read The binary format offers no advantage in data retrieval speeds because data is always transmitted using the binary format This format option only refers to the format of the file stored on the computer Programs such as SPLIT can be used to convert binary formats to ASCII, Comma Separated of or pertaining to a number system have 2 as its base; “a binary digit Base 2 numbering system A binary digit can have one of two values: 0 or 1 Binary numbers are used in computers because the hardware can most easily exhibit two states: off and on Generally, a bit in memory represents one binary digit A system, statement, or condition that has two components, alternatives, or outcomes In mathematics, binary is the base-2 number system in which values are expressed as combinations of two digits: 0 and 1 Because these digits can be used to represent two opposing states (for example: on and off, true and false, yes and no) which in turn can be easily represented by two voltage levels, the binary number system is at the heart of digital computing It is used especially in computing Related to something with two parts That which is constituted of two figures, things, or parts; two; duality A counting system based on two digits, 0 and 1 (base 2) Abbreviated “Bin ” See Bit and Byte Concerning numbers and mathematical calculations using the binary number system ~~*something made up of two parts Compounded or consisting of two things or parts; characterized by two (things) Binary is the binary system of expressing numbers. The machine does the calculations in binary Computers use a binary language composed of ones and zeros to do things and talk to other computers All your files, for instance, are kept in the computer as binary files and translated into words and pictures by the software (which is also ones and zeros) Most of the files you create with word processors, spreadsheets and graphics packages are kept in a binary form that certain software can understand and other software can’t So you have to have the right software to interpret a file–that’s why Word can’t read WordPerfect documents Back to Top A type of newsgroup article that contains encoded binary information, such as a picture, sound, or software application There are special groups for binary files, such as alt binaries clip-art AOL members can decode binary files automatically using FileGrabber The binary system expresses numbers using only the two digits 0 and In the context of a file, any file that contains non-textual data In contrast to ASCII files, which contain only characters (plain text), binary files contain additional code information A binary file is made up of machine-readable symbols that represent 1s and 0s Binary files include sound files, graphics files, and software, and are frequently called binaries In FTP, BIN is a command that tells FTP to transfer information as an arbitrary stream of bits rather than as a series of textual characters Being in a state of one of two mutually exclusive conditions, such as on or off, true or false, 6 or not 6, or the presence or absence of an electrical pulse a system of two stars that revolve around each other under their mutual gravitation Pertaining to a number system that has just two unique digits For most purposes, we use the decimal number system, which has ten unique digits, 0 through 9 All other numbers are then formed by combining these ten digits Computers are based on the binary numbering system, which consists of just two unique numbers, 0 and 1 adj 1 (of a stream) being a stream that has an element type that is a subtype of type integer The most fundamental operation on a binary input stream is read-byte and on a binary output stream is write-byte See character 2 (of a file) having been created by opening a binary stream (It is implementation-dependent whether this is an detectable aspect of the file, or whether any given character file can be treated as a binary file ) A numbering system with only two values: 0 (zero) and 1 (one) of or pertaining to a number system have 2 as its base; “a binary digit” * – Binary code and binary files are information and commands stored and used by hardware and software in their most elemental form–strings of on-off signals to an electronic processor Many systems of binary encoding of data and commands are proprietary and unique to particular hardware and software systems They are usually the most compact means of storing data, and commands stored in binary form can execute very rapidly, but binary files often are difficult to transfer between differing computer systems Often binary files are translated into ASCII form for transfer between computers, such as our PCSA data tables The manner in which a computer counts (see Bit) The decimal counting system is based around the number ten so the number 234 is made up of 2×102 + 3×101 + 4×100 (or 200+30+4) In the binary counting system the number 2 is central and its figures can only contain a 0 or a 1 – so the binary number 1001 is made up of 1×23 + 0×22 + 0×21 + 1×20 (or in other words 8+0+0+1, or 9 in decimal) Counting to five in binary becomes: 1 – 10 – 11 – 100 – 101 Another good reason for our having opposable thumbs! From the Latin for “dual” or “pair ” Dominantly used to indicate “base 2”: The numerical representation in which each digit has an alphabet of only two symbols: 0 and 1 This is just one particular coding or representation of a value which might otherwise be represented (with the exact same value) as octal (base 8), decimal (base 10), or hexadecimal (base 16) Also see bit and Boolean Possibly also the confusing counterpart to unary when describing the number of inputs or arguments to a function, but dyadic is almost certainly a better choice The base two numbering system that digital systems use to represent data It consists of just two numbers: “0” and “1” Characteristic of having only two states, such as current on and current off The binary number system uses only ones and zeros The base-2 number system, which uses only the digits 0 and 1 Information consisting entirely of ones and zeros Also, commonly used to refer to files that are not simply text files, e g images See also: MIME, UUENCODE n 1 A base 2 numerical system, using any of several notational systems Ideally suited to computer use Negative numbers can be internally represented in fixed-size binary systems using one’s complement or two’s complement notation, the latter winning out in modern computers due to simplicity of hardware implementation 2 Any kind of computer data that is not plain readable text (such as ASCII or EBCDIC) Usually, but not necessarily, compiled executable code Having two equally important parts There are two meanings for binary in common computer usage The first is the name of the number system in which there are only zeros and ones This is important to computers because all computer data is ultimately a series of zeros and ones, and thus can be represented by binary numbers The second is an offshoot of the first; data that is not meant to be intepreted through a common character set (like ASCII) is typically referred to as binary data Pure binary data is typically eight bit data, and transferring a binary file through ASCII channels without prior modification will result in corruption and loss of data Binary data can be turned into ASCII data via uucoding or bcoding A numbering system using the digits “0” and “1” in the decimal system All computer programs are executed in binary form*

### İlgili Terimler

The binary name for human is Homo sapien.

binary names plural form of binary name binary noun A type of plural-only noun denoting an object which consists of two parts joined together, e.g., scissors, pants, eyeglasses binary number A number represented by the binary digits 0 and 1

Thirteen is 1101 as a binary number.

binary numbers plural form of binary number binary numeral system A system for representing numbers in which a radix of two is used; that is, each digit in a binary numeral may have either of two different values binary operation An operation taking two operands

The four rules of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are examples of binary operations.

The four rules: +, −, × and ÷ are examples of binary operators.

binary operators plural form of binary operator binary quasar A pair of quasars which gravitationally interact with each other, unlike a standard double quasar, which does not interact binary quasars plural form of binary quasar binary relation A relation, such as “is less than” or “is the daughter of”, that makes statements about pairs of objects, these statements being true or false depending on the objects binary relations plural form of binary relation binary star A stellar system that has two stars orbiting around each other; double star binary star system a binary star binary star systems plural form of binary star system binary stars plural form of binary star binary tree a data structure in which each node has at most two children, each node but the root has one parent, and there are no cycles binary trees plural form of binary tree binary -coded decimal An encoding for decimal numbers in which each digit is represented by its own binary sequence, simplifying conversion from binary to decimal binary -compatible being able to run the same binary code intended to be run on another computer binary star (Tekstil) A star system consisting of two stars orbiting around their common center of mass binary opposition In critical theory, a binary opposition (also binary system) is a pair of theoretical opposites. In structuralism, it is seen as a fundamental organizer of human philosophy, culture, and language binary system In critical theory, a binary opposition (also binary system) is a pair of theoretical opposites. In structuralism, it is seen as a fundamental organizer of human philosophy, culture, and language Binary Large Object very large file that demands special treatment due to its size (in sending, storage, downloading, etc.) binary code Whereas in a decimal system, which employs 10 digits, each digit position represents a power of 10 (100, 1,000, etc.), in a binary system each digit position represents a power of 2 (4, 8, 16, etc.). A binary code signal is a series of electrical pulses that represent numbers, characters, and operations to be performed. A device called a clock sends out regular pulses, and components such as transistors switch on (1) or off (0) to pass or block the pulses. In binary code, each decimal number (0-9) is represented by a set of four binary digits, or bits. The four fundamental arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) can all be reduced to combinations of fundamental Boolean algebraic operations (see Boolean algebra) on binary numbers binary code code using a string of 8 binary digits to represent characters binary code Binary code is a computer code that uses the binary number system. The instructions are translated into binary code, a form that computers can easily handle. Code used in digital computers, based on a binary number system in which there are only two possible states, off and on, usually symbolized by 0 and binary code representation of symbols based on the number 2 using the digits 0 and 1 binary coded decimal The representation of a decimal number (base 10, 0 through 9) by means of a 4 bit binary nibble binary coded decimal A code in which a string of four binary digits represents a decimal number binary coded decimal A numbering system which uses decimal digits encoded in a binary representation binary coded decimal Numbers that have been coded in a system where each digit is represented by four bytes (called a nybble) It was used by the business computers when calculating dollars and cents binary coded decimal The decimal numbers 0 through 9 expressed in a 4-bit binary format binary coded decimal Decimal numbers coded in binary form binary coded decimal Antiquated 6-bit character coding method used by early IBM computer systems binary coded decimal Representation of decimal numbers in binary form using a groups of four bits to represent an individual digits (0-9) E g 0011 1000 = 3810 binary coded decimal Each 4-bit nibble expresses a digit from 0-9 Usually two digits are contained in a byte yielding a range of 0 – 99 binary coded decimal A coding system in which each decimal system numeral (0 to 9) is represented by a 4-digit (4-bit) binary code binary compound chemical compound composed of only two elements binary digit A 0 or 1, reflecting the use of the binary numbering system Used because the computer recognizes either of two states, OFF or ON Shortened form of binary digit is bit binary digit A value of 0 or 1 binary digit (bit) Either a 0 or 1 The Internet uses binary digits to represent information, including: audio, video, and text binary digit Either of the digits 0 or 1, used in the binary number system binary digit The smallest unit of information (data) and the basic unit in data communications A bit can have a value of zero or one (a mark or space) binary digit The smallest unit of information (data) and the basic unit in data communications A bit can have a value of zero or one (a mark or a space) binary digit either 0 or 1 in binary notation binary digit The smallest entity of digital information possible binary digit A 0 or 1, reflecting the use of a binary numbering system (only two digits) Used because the computer recognizes either of two states, OFF or ON Shortened form of binary digit is bit binary digit A bit is a word contracted from binary digit A “1” or “0” which represents the most fundamental unit of information in a digital system binary digit The fundamental unit of storage in all digital computers A binary digit has two settings, conventionally represented by “0” and “1” binary digit A digit to base 2, i e 0 or 1, which is the fundamental mathematical unit used in computing binary digit one of two digits used in binary notation (counting system based on only two numbers) binary digit Unit of information in two-level digital notation which may be 0 or 1 A member selected from a binary set binary digit A unit in the binary numbering system The only permissible values for binary digits are 0 and 1 Synonymous with bit binary digit A binary digit is the smallest unit of information on a computer Eight bits equal one byte binary digit See bit binary digit Either of the digits 0 or 1 when used in the pure binary numeration system Synonymous with bit binary file (computer science) a computer file containing machine-readable information that must be read by an application; characters use all 8 bits of each byte binary file (Computers) file which contains data or instructions for a program (as opposed to a text file) binary fission A method of asexual reproduction that involves the splitting of a parent cell into two approximately equal parts binary mathematics branch of mathematics based on a two digit system binary newsgroup newsgroup on the Internet which contains binary files binary notation any notation that uses 2 characters (usually 0 and 1) binary notation display or storage of a number in computer memory based on a two digit system binary notation A system of positional notation in which the digits are coefficients of power of the base 2 in same way as the digits in the conventional decimal system are coefficients of power of the base 10 binary notation Numerical system which forms the basis of computer mathematics Only two digits are used, “0” and “1” binary notation The representation of integers in terms of powers of two binary number one of two numbers in a system that is based on only two digits (0 and 1) binary number system A method of representing numbers in which only the digits 0 and 1 are used. Successive units are powers of binary number system Also called binary system binary numbers representation of symbols based on the number 2 using the digits 0 and 1 binary numeration system a positional system of numeration that uses binary digits and a radix of 2 binary operation An operation, such as addition, that is applied to two elements of a set to produce a third element of the set binary operation double operation binary search search by reducing the search parameters by half during each cycle binary star A system of two stars orbiting around a common center of mass due to their mutual gravity Binary stars are twins in the sense that they formed together out of the same interstellar cloud binary star A pair of stars which are linked by gravity They revolve around a common center of mass [Images] binary star (a) Accounting for around half the stars in the Galaxy, a binary consists of two stars in orbit around their common centre of gravity The stars’ mutual gravitational attraction may distort their shapes, and an accretion disc may form around a more massive star from its smaller companion (b) Some stars get lonely out in the celestial void, so the goblins create companions for them to spend the rest of their days with binary star A pair of stars in orbit around their common centre of mass binary star A stellar system consisting of two stars orbiting about a common center of mass and often appearing as a single visual or telescopic object. Also called double star. Pair of stars in orbit around a common centre of gravity. Their relative sizes and brightnesses and the distance between them vary widely. Perhaps half of all stars in the Milky Way Galaxy are binaries or members of more complex multiple systems. Some binaries form a class of variable stars (see eclipsing variable star). Stars can be identified as binaries in various ways visually by telescope, through spectroscopic observation, by changes in apparent brightness (when the dimmer star eclipses its companion), or by changes in the proper motion of the visible member (owing to the gravitational pull of the invisible companion) binary star A system of two stars, orbiting around one another Binary (and triple and even higher multiples) stars are very common; astronomers estimate that about half of all stars are members of multiple-star systems The nearest star to our solar system, Alpha Centauri, is actually our nearest example of a multiple star system — it consists of three stars — two very similar to our Sun and one dim, small, red star — orbiting around one another binary star two stars close together in the sky; they may be gravitationally bound objects or simply a projection effect on the sky binary star Two stars revolving around a common center of gravity binary star A stellar system consisting of two stars orbiting about a common center of mass and often appearing as a single visual or telescope object Also known as a double star binary star A double star or a system containing two or more stars binary star Star system containing two or more stars binary star a system of two stars that revolve around each other under their mutual gravitation binary star Two stars revolving around a common centre of gravity binary star Two stars revolving about each other binary star a system of two stars that orbit a common center of gravity; also known as a double star binary star A system of two stars revolving about their barycenter binary stars two stars which are indistinguishable by the naked eye binary synchronization *type of binary-coded synchronous data communication used primarily in networks based on mainframe computers, BISYNC binary system system whose units are powers of two; system of two stars that revolve around each other X-ray binary A binary star system in which one star of the pair is an optically invisible X-ray source eclipsing binary A class of extrinsic variable stars where changes in brightness are caused by stars eclipsing each other gender binary A view of gender whereby people are categorized exclusively as either male or female, often basing gender on biological sex visual binary A binary star whose components can be visually resolved overcontact binary (Bilgisayar) A close binary system in which each star has filled and expanded well beyond its Roche lobe. The system therefore consists of two stellar cores surrounded by a common, dumbbell-shaped convective envelope. Such a system is often an eclipsing binary of the W Ursae Majoris type. See also Common Envelope Binary overcontact binary system (Bilgisayar) A close binary system in which each star has filled and expanded well beyond its Roche lobe. The system therefore consists of two stellar cores surrounded by a common, dumbbell-shaped convective envelope. Such a system is often an eclipsing binary of the W Ursae Majoris type. See also Common Envelope Binary Grid In Binary World Meteorological Organization standard format for gridded meteorological data, GRIB (Computers) binaries In the context of Newsgroups the term binary is used to refer to images/photographs that are attached to an Email message More generally it is a term used in computing to describe files which do not consist of text binaries (Computers) name for binary files which are transferred in USENET (as opposed to text files) binaries – Source code that has been compiled into executable programs In the GNU/Linux world, some software is distributed as source code only; other packages include both source and binaries; still others are distributed only in binary format binaries Binary, machine readable forms of programs that have been compiled or assembled As opposed to Source language forms of programs binaries Binary, machine readable forms of programs which have been compiled or assembled As opposed to Source language forms of programs binaries plural of binary binaries Files that are on newsgroups but have been encoded so they can be transmitted over the Internet They require special software to decode them They can be almost anything Pictures, programs, word processing or spreadsheet files, or almost anything else Please be aware that these files can contain offensive material or viruses equivalent- binary -digit factor 3N binary digits equivalent- binary -digit factor the average number of binary digits needed to express one radix digit in a non-binary numeration system; on the average a number that can be expressed in N decimal digits takes 3 spectroscopic binary A binary star system that is identified by periodically shifting lines in its spectrum*

## C# ile Firebird Veritabanı Kullanımı

Firebird veritabanımızı kurduk, gördük, inceledik. Firebird’ün anlamayacağı bazı SQL komutları yazarak bir şeyler denedik. Kimse denemedik demesin �� Artık C# ‘a geçerek oluşturduğumuz veritabanına bağlanabilir ve veri çekme işlemlerine geçebiliriz.

## C# dan Firebird bağlantısı

Bağlantı yapmadan önce C#’a referans eklememiz gerekiyor. İster C# referances kısmına sağ tıklayarak Manage NuGet Package den Firebird in eklentisini kurabiliriz. istersek. http://sourceforge.net/projects/firebird/files/firebird-net-provider/5.9.1.0/FirebirdSql.Data.FirebirdClient-5.9.1.0.msi/download adresinden DLL dosyasını indirerek C# dan referances kısmına sağ tıklayıpAdd Referances diyerek ekleyebiliriz.

Buraya kadar projemize bağlamak için firebirdü kurduk veritabanını oluşturduk içerisine veri ekledik ve C#’a DLL yi ekleyerek hazırlık yapmış olduk.Artık kod kısmına geçelim.

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## C# dan Veri Çekmek

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Basit bir örnek ile firebird ile olan ilişkimizi bitiriyoruz. Yaptığımız projede “select * from” mantığı yani sadece veri çekme işlemi olduğu için paylaşımı da burada bırakıyorum.

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Örnek bir projeden bahsedelim : Bir etiket yazıcısından kullanıcı adı şifre çıkartacağımız basit bir desktop projesi düşünelim. Bu projede etiketin yazdırma şablonu, printer ayarlarını ve kullanıcı vs. işlemlerini de database de tutmamız gerekiyorsa Firebird ile hızlıca entegre edebilir ve boyutu küçük bir uygulama elde edebilirsiniz. Büyük sistemler içinde Firebird kullanılabilir yeter ki sisteminizi doğru ve stabil bir şekilde organize edin. Yukarıdaki örnek tüm bilgileri database yerine .txt dosyasında da saklanabileceğini unutmamak gerekir ��

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