digital counter


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digital counter

[′dij·əd·əl ′kau̇nt·ər]
(electronics)
A discrete-state device (one with only a finite number of output conditions) that responds by advancing to its next output condition.
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Each second is marked by a digital counter in the small box on the right-hand side (seconds 0-59).
A giant digital counter was erected to record that one child dies every three seconds in the Third World.
Armed only with a digital counter, a sense of fair play and some string to unravel in case I get lost in cyberspace, I hunted some of them out this month.
Using a digital counter to set the thickness of the material being run makes setup much quicker, he said.
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A digital counter tax which citizens can communicate proactively with the tax system.
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