Didn't expect to be asking one this simple, but after three 'C' reference books and numerous scans of example code, I can't figure out how to specify that a number is binary. Do C programmers even use binary?
I'm getting warning "large integer implicitly truncated to unsigned type", so I assume my number 01000000 is being taken as decimal. I've tried a b in front, a b at the end, and a % in front, based on various assembler experiences. Just causes even more errors.