Puzzle of the Week #124 - Binary Determination

Here’s a brand new type of puzzle that I’ve just invented this week.

Place a 0 or 1 in each of the empty cells so that in each row and column a pair of 5-digit binary numbers can be read (therefore with decimal values between 0 and 31), such that the product of the two numbers in a particular row or column is shown at the end of that row or column.

Here is an example (using only 3-digit binary numbers), so for instance in the first column, 010 (2) multiplied by 011 (3) is equal to 6 (as that is the number at the foot of the first column), and similarly for all of the other columns and rows.

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Here is the puzzle:

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