Jun 4, 2017 · 1 min

**The Constant Function**

The simples function we can think of is the constant function. This is the function, *f(n)=c, *for some fixed c, such as c = 5, c=27 or c = 2¹⁰. That is for any argument n the constant function *f(n)* assigns the value c. In other words, it does not matter what the value of n is; *f(n)* will always be equal…

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Nov 27, 2015 · 1 min

To understand how individual bit are stored and manipulated inside a computer, it is convenient to imagine that the bit Zero represent the value false and the bit One represent the value true. Operations that manipulate true/false values are called Boolean operations, in honour of the…

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Nov 27, 2015 · 1 min

Inside today’s computers information is encoded as patterns of Zeros and Ones . These digits are called bits (short for binary digits). Although you may be inclined to associate bits with numeric values, they are really only symbols whose meaning depends on the application at hand…