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Binary means composed of two pieces or two parts and may refer to:
- Binary number, a representation for numbers using only two digits (0 and 1)
- Binary relation, a mathematical relation involving two elements
- Binary function, a function in mathematics that takes two arguments
- Binary file, composed of something other than human-readable text
- Executable, a type of binary file that contains machine code for the computer to execute
- Binary code, the digital representation of text and data
- Binary compound, a chemical compound containing two different chemical elements
- Binary fission, the splitting of a single-celled organism into two daughter cells
- Binary star, a star system with two stars in it
- Binary planet, two planetary bodies of comparable mass orbiting each other
- Binary asteroid, two asteroids orbiting each other
- Binary (album), a 2008 album by Kay Tse
- Binary option, also known as digital option or all-or-nothing option, in finance
- Binary (novel), a 1972 novel by Michael Crichton (writing as John Lange)
- Binary (comics), a superheroine in the Marvel Universe
- Binary form, a way of structuring a piece of music
- Binary betting, a bet on a proposition which is quoted as a spread bet
- Binary opposition, polar opposites, often ignoring the middle ground
- "Binary" (song), a 2007 single by Assemblage 23
- Binary Research, a company founded in Auckland, New Zealand by Murray Haszard
- All pages beginning with "Binary"
- All pages with titles containing "Binary"
- Binary prefix, indicating magnitude multipliers in a base-two number system (e.g., kilo-, kibi-, etc.)
- Binary tree, a computer tree data structure in which each node has at most two children
- Binary-coded decimal, a method for encoding for decimal digits in binary sequences
- Finger binary, a system for counting in binary numbers on the fingers of human hands
- Binomial (disambiguation)
- Gender binary, the classification of sex and gender into two distinct and disconnected forms of masculine and feminine
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