Binary cell

an electronic element that can assume either of two stable states and is capable of storing a binary digit.


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    a system of representing letters, numbers, or other characters, using binary notation. noun (computing) the representation of each one of a set of numbers, letters, etc, as a unique sequence of bits, as in ASCII

  • Binary-coded decimal system

    a numerical system in which each decimal digit is represented by a unique collection of binary digits, not necessarily the same as those used in binary notation. Abbreviation: BCD.

  • Binary color

    secondary color.

  • Binary digit

    either of the digits 0 or 1 when used in the binary number system. bit3 (def 1). noun either of the two digits 0 or 1, used in binary notation See also bit4 binary digit Either of the digits 0 or 1, used in the binary number system. See more at bit.

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