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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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But I had a bit of skirt
steak pan-fried, with onions on top and a wine sauce, and I loved it.
Rick Stein loves a bit of skirt
- the skirt of beef rustled up by his head chef, that isIt reminded the TV chef of the simple, tasty food on offer in modest French restaurants as he glided down canals for new series French Odyssey.
Geordie lads are known for liking a bit of skirt
( but two blokes have taken it one step further for the TV cameras.