# Binary Number Multiplier

## World's Simplest Binary Tool

Free online binary product calculator. Just load your binary values and they will automatically get multiplied together. There are no ads, popups or nonsense, just an awesome binary multiplier. Load binary values – get binary product. Created for developers by developers from team Browserling.

Tool Options

#### Input List Options

Split input binary numbers by this character.
Skip all zero factors in the input.

#### Output Binary Format

Extend the result to this length using zero-padding.
Add a binary base indicator at the start or end of the result.
If this option is enabled, then also print the numbers in decimal base 10.

#### Running Binary Product

Print intermediate results as the product is calculated.

## What Is a Binary Number Multiplier?

This tool calculates the product of binary numbers. It supports arbitrary many binary numbers as input and they can be of arbitrary length. The input list of numbers can be entered as a column of text (one number per line) but the list format can be configured by adjusting the split character. To avoid a zero product if any of the input values are zero, you can use the option than skips all 0s in the binary list. You can also improve the output product format. Namely, you can enable padding to expand the output to the necessary length, you can add a binary base indicator (such as b, 0b, or ₂), and show the number in base 10. If you want to follow the multiplication process, use the "Follow Multiplication" option, which will display partial products of the input numbers. Simple and easy!

## Binary Number Multiplier Examples

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### Multiply Two Binary Numbers

This example multiplies a pair of binary numbers (ten and five) and you get their product as the result (fifty). To indicate that it's a binary number, it adds an uppercase postfix "B" at the end of the product.

1010 0101
110010B
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Split input binary numbers by this character.
Extend the result to this length using zero-padding.
Add a binary base indicator at the start or end of the result.
If this option is enabled, then also print the numbers in decimal base 10.
Print intermediate results as the product is calculated.
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### Multiply Many Binary Numbers

This example computes the binary product of many binary numbers of different lengths. Because one of the numbers is zero (5th number), the result should be zero, but because we have activated the option "Ignore Zeros" only the non-zero values are used in the calculation. The result of multiplication is a huge 27-bit binary number. As we have no idea what this number is, we also enabled "Show Decimal" option that shows it in the decimal base.

0000011 0100111 1 10100110100111 000 111111
100101011110100101101101101 (78596973)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Split input binary numbers by this character.
Skip all zero factors in the input.
Extend the result to this length using zero-padding.
Add a binary base indicator at the start or end of the result.
If this option is enabled, then also print the numbers in decimal base 10.
Print intermediate results as the product is calculated.
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### Running Multiplication

This example multiplies the binary number 101011 by 100 (four), 1000 (eight), 100000 (sixteen), and 100000 (thirty-two). As each of these multipliers is a power of two, the entire multiplication is effectively a consecutive left-shift operation by two, three, four, and five positions. Left-shifts can be summed and converted into a single left-shift by 14 positions. To clearly see each step of multiplication/shifting we activated the "Follow Multiplication" option and set zero-padding to 20 symbols. We also set the list split character to a space as all the input numbers are separated by spaces.

101011 100 1000 10000 100000
0b00000000000000101011 0b00000000000010101100 0b00000000010101100000 0b00000101011000000000 0b10101100000000000000
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Split input binary numbers by this character.
Extend the result to this length using zero-padding.
Add a binary base indicator at the start or end of the result.
If this option is enabled, then also print the numbers in decimal base 10.
Print intermediate results as the product is calculated.

### Pro tipsMaster online binary tools

You can pass input to this tool via ?input query argument and it will automatically compute output. Here's how to type it in your browser's address bar. Click to try!

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Create a list of all binary choices of a specific length.

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Rotate bits of a binary number to the right.

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Rotate bits of a binary number to the left.

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Extract n-th bit from a binary number.

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Count parity of a binary number.

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Convert EBCDIC characters to binary values.

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Group bits together to create bytes.

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Split Binary Values

Split a binary number into smaller binary numbers.

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Join multiple smaller binary numbers into a single binary.

Slice Binary Values

Extract a part of a binary number.

Replace Binary Values

Substitute ones and zeros with any other values.

Truncate Binary Values

Drop leading or trailing bits and make a binary value shorter.

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Introduce random errors in binary values.

Color Binary Numbers

Print the same binary numbers in the same colors.

Color Binary Bits

Use two different colors for binary zeros and ones.

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Create visualizations of and, or, xor, not binary ops.

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Make binary bits go in a zigzag.

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Make binary bits go in a spiral.

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Make binary bits go in a circle.

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Create a sqaure shape from binary bits.

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Create a sequence of random binary bits.

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Create a sequence of random binary nybbles.

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Create a sequence of random binary words.

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