what is bit?

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Posted On : 10/4/2013 3:33:17 AM
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A bit is the basic unit of almost every modern computer system. The word bit is a contraction of the term binary digit. A bit is the building block for the numbers, languages, and almost every aspect of computer operation. It is also the smallest "irreducible" unit of information in those computers. A binary unit can only have two values or logical states, typically the values are 0 and 1. But the values could also be Off and On, False and True or No and Yes.
 
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