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1. Give the ASCII bits of: Why?

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Ascii have 8 bits which gives us the privilege to have 256
characters because every one of the eight bits can be high or low
giving us 2^{8}=256. Ascii bits are machine's encoding of
these characters that a machine can recognise.

Ascii value of ":" is 58 in decimal.

If we convert it to octal, it'll come out to be 072 (decimal to octal conversion )

In binary bits, its value is : 00111010 (decimal to binary conversion)

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