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- Bit, Byte, and Binary
- nibble: Half a byte – four bits. Nibbles are important in hexadecimal and BCD representations. The term is sometimes spelled nybble.
- List of Plate IDs for Global EarthByte Datafiles Plate ID Abbreviation
- List of Plate IDs for Global EarthByte Datafiles. Plate ID. Abbreviation.
- Glossary of Computer Terms
- 1024 (approximately one thousand) bytes = 1 kilobyte, abbreviated KB.
- Information for Authors - IEEE
- I. Units and Abbreviations Some Common Acronyms and Abbreviations . ...
- AT IU, What Is OneStart®? A Message from the Vice Chancellor for
- By William Yost. By Chérie Dodd. Byte—Abbreviation for BinarY TErm, a unit of storage capable of holding a single character.
Suggested Web Resources
- Byte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The byte is a unit of digital information in computing and telecommunications that most commonly consists of eight bits.
- Byte Chart | Telephony and Computer Related Acronyms and Their
- Standard Abbreviation for Bits and Bytes - Windows-XP-General
- Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.
- Oct 9, 2009 byte. A unit of information in a binary digital computer, = 8 bits. Abbreviation, B ( lowercase b is the abbreviation for bit).
- KB, Mb, GHz, and All of That Stuff
- Abbreviation, Stands for, Approximate #, (or), Actual #. KB, Kilobyte, 1000 bytes, A thousand bytes, 1024 bytes.
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