When you write code, you don't do anything with 1s and 0s. Thankfully, other people have written programs that transform text written in a very specific way into unreadable (at least without specialized knowledge) code called bytecode. Bytecode is the 1s and 0s you've heard about, but if you are writing code you will never have to touch bytecode for a long time.
The way you talk there suggests an attitude that really will hurt you when you go to learn programming. All this info is available on the internet. You only have to go seek it out. In programming, the most valuable skill is being able to identify a problem, google it, and absorb that new information.
You have at your fingertips access to the sum of all human knowledge. Various people have put years into making tutorials for you to follow so you can learn this stuff. So far your replies have shown a refusal to get to work on learning, despite being repeatedly told that it's the only way to make a mod. So here's the thing. All the information you could ever need to make a minecraft mod - heck, all the information you could ever need to get a degree in computer science - is online. You just have to take the time to look for it.
I'm going to link a bunch of Java video tutorials for you. I don't know which are good and which are bad, so give them all a try for the first video or two and then chose one to stick with. If you learn better through text tutorials, I can provide many of those as well. (Or you can use google, which is your biggest tool as a programmer - you may as well practice it now.)
Try them out, see which series you like, and follow along with it. Don't just watch them passively, but actively play around with what you learn, try to make some non-minecraft project. Make a text-based RPG or a slot machine or something. Minecraft modding is harder than regular programming, so you need some experience doing a project on your own.
This will not be an easy thing. You can't just spend 10 minutes, or even an hour, or 5 hours learning to program and be a master capable of making a huge Minecraft mod. So let me offer you some encouragement: This will be hard, but all things that are worth doing will be hard. If you learn to program, not only will you be able to make sweet Minecraft mods, you will have a path to a career that has plenty of well paying jobs doing interesting work. You will learn to think analytically and logically, which will improve your ability to do well in school and the rest of your life. Learning to program will be exhausting. You will be tempted to quit, to kick your computer, throw it out the window, and give up. But if you stick with it, it will change your life forever.
So go out there, and learn everything you can. Be humble, realize you know nothing, and work your way up, step by step. Persevere when it gets hard, and learn from your mistakes. Keep it up, and in a few months or a year, I'm sure I'll be seeing a new mod on the forums with your name on it. Good luck!