## 1. counting number of ones in binary representation of a number stackoverflow.comI want to find out how many 1s are there in ... |

## 2. working with binary numbers in java stackoverflow.comI would like to know which one is the best way to work with binary numbers in java. I need a way to create an array of binary numbers and do some ... |

## 3. How to derive Binary representation of Negative Numbers coderanch.comHi, Vineet. A little rule that I use when I need to represent negative numbers in binary is ~i = -i-1. That is, the bitwise inversion of "i" is equivalent to negative "i" less one. In your example, you're looking for the binary representation of -192. Since -192 = -191-1, the following statement is true: ~191 = -192. So if we ... |

## 4. binary numbers / shifting coderanch.com |

## 5. outputting a number in binary form coderanch.comThanks for the suggestions...I have tried both ways ans they work great. I am actually going to resort to creating my own method for displaying the binary format for a number. I am head up a study group at work for Java Certification and I have come up with a 'homework' assignment for the engineers to do to get more familiar ... |

## 6. what is Binary number coderanch.comExactly! When you think about binary representations of numbers, all you have is ones and zeroes: 0 = 0 1 = 1 10 = 2 11 = 3 100 = 4 101 = 5 and so on. It seems a little complicated at first, but do some reading and you will start to understand and appreciate computers a lot more! ------------------ ... |

## 7. Need remedial help with binary numbers coderanch.comCan anyone direct me to some good sources on the Web dealing with the basics of binary numbers and how they work? I read the article in the Campfire about bit manipulation in Java and it was tremendously helpful, but I'm missing some basic things like why the heck *is* -1 represented as 11111111 in binary? Something along the lines of ... |

## 8. negative number in binary coderanch.comHi, can anybody help? Thanks in advance. what i know is to get the binary format of positive numbers, like 25: 25 = 1 + 8 + 16, that is 0000 0001 ///this is one 0000 1000 //this is eight 0001 0000 //this is sixteen --------- 0001 1001 //this is what i want: twenty five in byte type 00000000 00000000 00000000 ... |

## 9. Manipulating Binary Numbers coderanch.comHi All, I wonder does anybody know where i can get a class for manipulating binary numbers? I'd write it myself, but my assignment is due in 6 days & i don't really have time! Plus, it would break the rule about not re-inventing the wheel. And i'm a very good girl - i don't want to break rules!!! Thanks a ... |

## 10. Outputing Binary Numbers coderanch.comI am trying to output binary numbers to the standard stream. The problem is that I want to display them in the mathematically correct format. Using 7.5 as a decimal example, to display it as: 111.1 Do I have to write my own method to convert these, or is there a simpler way? Thanks, Joe Hoppe |

## 11. Literal for binary number coderanch.com |

## 12. Binary Numbers Comparison. coderanch.comYou don't have to convert to decimals. Every bit is 2^x so you at least need to find the bits that are 1 and calculate what x is for that bit. Without converting to decimal I think the faster way to get the most significant bit that is 1 of each number and compare that. Oh you do need to watch ... |

## 13. Sum binary numbers java-forums.orgHello: I wrote the following code to sum two binary numbers of the same length: Java Code: public class BinarySum { public static void main(String[] args) { int[] a = {0,1,1,1,1,1}; int[] b = {0,1,1,0,1,1}; int[] c = new int[a.length + 1]; int n = a.length + 1; int m = a.length; int aux = 0; int i; for(i=1 ; i ... |

## 14. All possible combinations given a binary number java-forums.orgHi all, I have a 2D array which represents the binary numbers. Given a 2D array of [count][posvalues], count refers to the number of binary, and posvalues refer to the possible values of each binary. Ex. binary num: [0, 1] [0,1] [0,1] Count = 3 Possible Values = 2 (given by 0 and 1) I want to find all the possible ... |

## 15. Reads a number and prints it's binary digits, need help :) java-forums.orgJava Code: import java.util.Scanner; //Class definition public class Bits { public static void main(String[] args) { // declare int n; int rem; // User input Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); System.out.println(); n = in.nextInt(); // Calculate while (n > 0) { System.out.print(rem = n % 2); n = n / 2; } } } That's what I have so far, but ... |

## 16. Code to convert binary number to base 10 number java-forums.orgHello, I'd like help converting a binary number to a base 10 number using a loop statement. I've tried to no success to do it myself. Here is the problem in its entirety, though I'm having trouble with that one specific part. Write a Java project (Applet) with two classes. In the init() method of the driver class, use a sentinel ... |

## 17. converting number to binary forums.oracle.comim experimenting using for loops converting number to binary and vice versa binary to number i cant get it im only new to programming im a student of computer science im only a freshmen and i really want to learn java programming. Presentl im practicing looping concepts can anybody help me thanks. and Im thinking to use arrays. thanks |

## 18. expressing a negative number in binary forums.oracle.com |

## 19. I have a binary string. Now I need the binary number forums.oracle.com |

## 20. Is this code terribly written to work out a binary number forums.oracle.comThanks mel for the really informative response The i really was pointless but i did have a valid reason for this, i promise! I was going to use a normal array and then use the i to add the element to the i'th position. However the rush i was in lead for me to ditch the array and opt for an ... |

## 21. next binary number forums.oracle.com |

## 22. Validating binary numbers forums.oracle.comOops sorry it is named validBinairies not count1's, i was looking at the wrong method. It is a string type, but not sure if i need to convert it to an int to count the 1's. So i do need help naming the return method and to figure out how to check if its valid. |

## 23. generating binary numbers forums.oracle.comI'm assuming the objective is to add 1 to the given binary string, since it's rather unclear. And I'm assuming this is for a class assignment, because it's utterly pointless to do it this way instead of just working with numbers and converting to base 2 when you want to print. "numOnes" is pointless. You don't use it. If the goal ... |

## 24. help with converting binary numbers forums.oracle.comI would use the 'and' & and bitshift << operators instead of all that math, it would make it much more readable and easier to understand. You could also cheat and just do binum = Integer.parseInt(binum_st,2); Even doing it with the division and modulo, it might be easier to loop i from 0 to the string length on each character in ... |