A few weeks ago a friend was teaching me about 16bit numbers because we were making one in C# with a function, but he said we need two numbers for the function to work.(so as an example were gonna use 0, 2)

Now I didn’t understand how two numbers were supposed to make one. And my friend could not explain it to me. So I researched the topic all day and the epiphany happened I realized I was looking at it all wrong. I shouldn’t be looking at it as 2 decimal numbers but 2 binary values or two binary arrays forming one byte array with a length of 16.

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