List of species that can talk Binary Edit

Should one not add a list of species that are able to speak binary? If there are more than one that is. All I know of are the Ryn. I would edit myself, but I'm afraid I'll make mistakes :( -Anon

    • Knock yourself out—if you've written something wrong, it'll get fixed. And feel free to sign up for Wookieepedia! Cutch 00:44, 17 January 2007 (UTC)

Is it really called binary? Modern droids don't use binary code, and the language was designed to have clear "emotional" content as well.

  • Well, it's called "Binary" in things like the RPG books, even though it's not true binary code (or maybe it is, but I doubt it. Too short, too much conveyed). What I'm curious about is that the guy who invented it seems to have lived in the 200 YBY period, though KOTOR has droidspeak (or something like it) that exists as a language that people can understand.--LightWarden 11:13, 29 August 2006 (UTC)
    • Don't blame me—that's just what it says in the Galactic Phrase Book and Travel Guide. Perhaps what we hear in KOTOR is CBell-1? Cutch 15:09, 29 August 2006 (UTC)
      • It does seem a bit odd that it's called binary. Technically if it were truely "binary" it would only have one note (or two; but thats stretching the definition of the word a bit). Binary is an "on/off" thing that doesn't have variations like droidspeak does. --beeurd 00:52, 16 September 2006 (UTC)

where Edit

Hey, where that quote come from ????in which work appears that quote ?Darth Nospher 09:11, 9 February 2007 (UTC)

  • It was incorrect. It has been removed. Cutch 17:07, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
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