According to n and m, the max digit that involves the iterations can be calculated, and then restore it in variable q; we also calculate the significant binary digit
of the corresponding quotient, and then restore it in variable F;
As a result, the studies show estimates for the amount of uniquely created information stored on paper, film, magnetic media, and optical devices, and the amount of uniquely created bits flowing through broadcasting, telephony, and the Internet, measured in the number of binary digits
(0s and 1s) that represent this information.
While attached to an EEG amplifier, the first person would generate and transmit a series of binary digits
, imagining moving their left arm for zero and their right arm for one.
30 frames per second), we actually have to send 221,184,000 binary digits
For example, when there are two or more secrets expressed as binary digits
, more possibilities are ruled out when you ask whether the sum of the secret digits is an even number than when you ask whether the first digit is 1.
The UUEncode software converts the item to binary digits
and re-converts it at the other end.
Digital TV converts material into binary digits
, which can be crammed together to allow far more channels into a smaller space.
Instead of being transmitted "raw", the signal is turned into a series of ones and zeros - binary digits
or bits for short, before being broadcast.
These binary digits
sent in intermittent bursts of incomplete information make TDMA less vulnerable to cloning fraud and eavesdropping.
Each string of binary digits
, or bits, tells the beam at the back of your TV how bright to make each dot.
It all sounds like the plot of a (mediocre) science fiction novel: strange beings with names like the Cancelbunny, an 144108, XS4ALL, and Scamizdat, fighting on a battleground with no fixed location any where on earth, using strings of binary digits
as their weapons.
A field is a byte or group of bytes, that is binary digits
, assigned to convey specific information inside a given format.