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The smallest unit of information a computer can hold in its memory. A bit is always represented as a 0 or a 1 in binary code. The word is a contraction of "binary digit."
bit a digit which takes the value zero or one and which can therefore be represented electronically by an off/on switch in a COMPUTER. Computers use groups of bits to represent numbers or letters for storage, transmission and processing of numerical or alphabetical data. Specifically, computers use various off/on permutations of eight bits to represent all numbers, letters and punctuation characters. Most computers use multiples of eight bits to handle data in this way and various eight-bit, sixteen-bit and thirty-two bit machines are available, the larger ones generally being able to process data faster.
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BACKING A WINNER Rosanna Davison looks stunning; HAVING A BALL Bianca Gascoigne; BIT OF ALL RIGHT
Ruth Anne Cunningham; BEAUTY Lynn Kelly at CityWest Hotel in Dublin last night; FRILLING TIME Blathnaid McKenna; LOOKING GOOD Lisa Cannon and Karen Koster; SEX APPEAL Andrea Roche has still got it
And it could be a BIT of all right
for punters, with bookies bet365 offering around 75-1 for all three to get off the mark this weekend.