A bit (short for binary digit) is the smallest unit of data in a computer. A bit has a single binary value, either 0 or 1.
As a binary digit, the bit represents a logical value, having only one of two values. It may be physically implemented with a two-state device. These state values are most commonly represented as either 0or1, but other representations such as true/false, yes/no, +/−, or on/off are possible. The correspondence between these values and the physical states of the underlying storage or device is a matter of convention, and different assignments may be used even within the same device or program.
|Bit to Nibbles||Bit to Kilobit||Bit to Megabit|
|Bit to Gigabit||Bit to Terabit||Bit to Petabit|
|Bit to Exabit||Bit to Zettabit||Bit to Yottabit|
|Bit to Brontobit||Bit to Geopbit||Bit to Bytes|
|Bit to Kilobyte||Bit to Megabyte||Bit to Gigabyte|
|Bit to Terabyte||Bit to Petabyte||Bit to Exabyte|
|Bit to Zettabyte||Bit to Yottabyte||Bit to Kibibit|
|Bit to Mebibit||Bit to Gibibit||Bit to Tebibit|
|Bit to Pebibit||Bit to Exbibit||Bit to Zebibit|
|Bit to Yobibit||Bit to Bronbibit||Bit to Gebibit|
|Bit to Kibibyte||Bit to Mebibyte||Bit to Gibibyte|
|Bit to Tebibyte||Bit to Pebibyte||Bit to Exbibyte|
|Bit to Zebibyte||Bit to Yobibyte||Bit to Brontobyte|
|Bit to Geopbyte||Bit to Bronbibyte||Bit to Gebibyte|
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