- n. Plural form of binary.
“I guess human beings might upload themselves and start talking in binaries, but not everyone is going to do that.”
“To see the world in these positive/negative, either/or binaries is to deliberately ignore – for example – 99% of what made you.”
“As Earthlings, we may be hardwired to think in binaries.”
“If you DID read Chapter Eleven, then you know that I spent about 1,500 words discussing the issue of "binaries" in my novels, and in stories in general.”
“Groups with "binaries" are the picture files, the ones containing the most shocking images.”
“Fetch the appropriate copy for your operating system from the "binaries" links at the”
“Now, you have to tell the kernel that there is a special kind of binaries he has to be aware of, and that there is a proper interpreter for them.”
“But I don't think anyone has created "binaries" here.”
“(NB That first piece also referred to applications as "binaries" so I wonder if it's some fancy step to create an app or if it's more or less just a zipped up version of all the files used) Also, he confirms that it is a Linux based OS, so there's that too.”
“Usenet. com is a commercial provider of access to the venerable Usenet newsgroups, the most highly-traffic of which are "binaries" groups used to share music, movies, pictures, etc.”
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