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BCD

Abbreviation for:
black and culturally diverse (Medspeak-UK)
bleomycin, cyclophosphamide, dactinomycin
board-certified diplomate
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Why do you think the binary number system was created?
Most microprocessors are located on motherboards and communicate using a special computer language called the binary number system.
For each binary number in IA we can construct a product of the reflection coefficients according to Fig.
The function is computed first by solving the equation [empty set] = 0 for y for a given d, then computing the IP terms one at a time and summing; each term has a factor which corresponds to the product of all the sequences of reflection coefficients mapped by a binary number.
In this case, c is a time-based sequence of binary numbers which causes the output of a 100-ton device to mimic its behaviour.
Thus the binary number 1010 represented (from right to left) 0 + 2 + 0 + 8 = decimal 10; the binary number 1111 represented 1 + 2 + 4 + 8 = decimal 15.
Keys are binary numbers whose bits are combined with your data bits to "lock" them, using complex mathematical algorithms.
SPEKE technology will increase security in our wireless LAN software because it encrypts user passwords into complex binary numbers that can't be intercepted during transmission," said Mike Klein, President and CEO of Interlink Networks.
When information is stored in an EEPROM memory cell, it is stored as a series of binary numbers.
Attributes can be defined and checked as measurements, full integers, decimals, text strings, dollar amounts, and binary numbers.