Binary is a base-2 numbering system that represents values using two symbols: 0 and 1.

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Overriding Linux libraries for historical binary-only tools

I have a 64 bit Ubuntu Linux box. Recently I was given an old compiled binary that used to run on an old, retired server, which I THINK was a 2007-era Redhat distribution. As you might expect, the ...
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How did the first Microprocessors knew the meaning of binary codes?

I've been asking myself this question for more than one year and I just decided to ask the question on here. I don't know if it's the right place or not. As far as I know Microprocessors are a ...
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How to convert hex to binary?

I would like to get some help with my assignment. I have to convert hex to binary by using hlookup or conditional formatting in Excel. How should I approach this?
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Route summarization: How to get the route summary patently. (VLSM, CIDR)

i'm looking for a smart and short way to calculate summary routes. (CIDR, route summarization) I'm common with the subject matter of summarization, supernets, VLSM, CIDR etc. but I don't always ...
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Binary diff tool which would work the same way as diff(1) tool

Do you know Unix/Linux diff(1) tool works? It shows which lines were added and removed between 2 text files, and shows it in the human-readable form. I need the same kind of tool for binary files - ...
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How to apply binary diff produced by fc to a file?

How can one apply diff file produced by fc /b command on Windows to update some file in a simplest way possible; i.e. without buying anything or downloading some large/questionable software? The diff ...
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Recover files from corrupt archive

I have a tar file of 40Gb but when I open it with the archive manager on Ubuntu I get only 512MB. The major part of my files are messing. Even when I do : tar -tf myfile.tar.gz I don't get the list ...
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How to upload a file to windows through a netcat session

I have a netcat session and I want to upload a binary to the target windows machine. How can I do so? Is there a native "wget" in windows?
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Changing binary file to readable text file

I have a program that creates a file that stores text like this: application/octet-stream; charset=binary now i need to convert this file to this: text/plain; charset=us-ascii i know this is ...
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Binary Visual Diff Tool for MacOS X

This might already be answered, but I did not find an answer that really matched my needs. I'm looking for a visual diff tool that can diff binary files. It was also OK if it was integrated into a ...
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Tools to check whether an executable has SIMD instructions in it?

Theoretically we can analysis a binary executable/library to see whether it contains any SSE and/or AVX opcode. However, it may be a bit tedious and error-prone. Are there any tools I can use to get a ...
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How to detect binary compatibility with the SSE4 instruction set?

I have bunch of binaries built for the SSE4 (Streaming SIMD Extensions 4) instruction set. I’d like to run them on a processor that has no support for the instruction set. It is natural that I get the ...
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“Operation not permitted” on program start

I am trying to run the YGOPro game on my Mac. However, whenever I try to run it, I get: server:Ygopro Ingwie$ ./ygopro.app/Contents/MacOS/ygopro -bash: ./ygopro.app/Contents/MacOS/ygopro: Operation ...
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Running a binary in 32bit on mavericks

I was just wondering if anyone knows how to run a Mach-O binary file on Mac OS X Mavericks as a 32 bit, or ppc. X11 is no longer supported.
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Three way binary comparison for savegame hacking

Basically, I'm trying to compare a bunch of savegames to find where some values are stored. First of all, it's a rogue-like interpreted in WinGlulxe. I'm dealing with almost 100% binary save files ...
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Representing 24(decimal) in a modified IEEE 745 floating point Single Precision value?

Here's what I have as the tweaked format I'm to use: S EEE MMMM (excess 8 format) s = sign bit, E = exponent bits, M = mantissa/fraction bits Otherwise, it follows the IEEE 745 in principle. The ...