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How many bytes occupy your full name?

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anyone give me example... i dont understand this question...
1 byte = 8 bits

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a bit is either 1 or 0
you will have to convert your name in ASCII then translate them to binary then you can determine the no of bytes your name will occupy
means.... i dont understand
is it a complete question or someother things are mentioned too ?
i dont know,,, how can i solve this question
well i cant help you if i dont know the full requirements of this question
requirements??
requirements like is this question regarding about memory or ASCII codes or c or ASM
but yahan koi requirements nhi di..
@A.Avinash_Goutham @ajprincess
right ... lemme see
ok
character - ASCII codes M 77 u 177 s 115 k 107 a 97 n 110
now convert these codes in binary form and then count the no. of bits 1 byte = 8 bits
total 6 byte right
lemme check
k
01001101 10110001 01110011 01101011 01100001 01101110 yup 6 bits
ok thanks
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