A nibble or nybble is a digital unit of measurement that refers to four binary digits or half a byte (4 bits). Since there are only 16 possible values for a nibble, it can be expediently represented by a single hexadecimal digit.
Continue ReadingA bit is the smallest digital unit of measurement, and it only has two possible values, "off" and "on." "Off" is typically represented by 0, while "on" is represented by 1. A byte refers to a standard group of 8 bits. The largest number that can be represented as a byte is 11111111 and the least is 0000000. A group of bytes is called a "word."
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