Hah, da snakker vi samme språk
Binærkoder 1010101110 osv kjøres på maskin nivå men ikke lett for oss å lese, så har du kildekode og andre språk som c++, pyton osvosv som gir instrukser til maskin. Disse er ofte enveis og disse kan du finne i programvaren.
All data stored and processed by your computer is binary. At the lowest level each bit of data is either a 1 or a 0. So one could say that all files are binary. But this is not what people mean when they say, “binaries”.
When one writes a program, it is written in a language that is easily understood by a human*. Usually, the language is one that uses normal words and symbols. After a program is written in a human-readable language, it is usually translated (or compiled) into a binary (or hexadecimal, etc.) language that the computer can understand and process efficiently. These translations are the binary files which are referred to as, “binaries”.
*of course, there are exceptions and also exceptional people who can write programs directly in hexadecimal, for example.