by Zerus & Ona

what is compile

Compiling is the process of translating a computer program written in a language that humans understand to machine language.

The program in charge of compiling is called a compiler. It's responsible for packaging your code in binary so that we, computers, can understand it and know what to do.

The title of this episode's story is Syntax Error, a phrase that is part of the everyday life of anyone who codes! Click here to read the story »

what is compile


We encourage you to download this story at home and read it cuddling up. Or share it with your students while you learn together about how computers work.

¡Remember! Understanding computers is a SUPERPOWER. So, keep on learning! See you in the next episode!

Lots of Megas from The Binary World,

PS. In the previous episode, we read a story about bits, bytes and rockets! If you missed it, read here the episode what is the binary system?

A story
about friendship

Zerus y Ona are now best friends and like to do everything together. But, there was a time when they didn't know each other.

How did Zerus and Ona first meet?


One story for each word

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