How do I write a binary literal value into a variable?

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asked Jul 30 by (120 points)
I would like to be able to write binary values into variables. For example; int var = 10010101; Can anyone help me out?

Thank you!

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answered Aug 1 by (1,600 points)
Well you can't it would just take it as an integer hence won't work like you want but you could do it with hexadecimel try this int var = 0x95

in binary 0x95 is 10010101.

There may be workarounds you may find on web.
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answered Aug 8 by anonymous
You should write that as 0b10010101 (use prefix 0b when writing in base 2).
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