Digit position | Article about digit position by The Free Dictionary
digit position[′dij·ət pə‚zish·ən]
The position of a particular digit in a number that is expressed in positional notation, usually numbered from the lowest significant digit of the number. Also known as digit place.
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For examples, when number one is appearing as first digit for about 31.1% of the time, it expected to be in second digit position
about 11.39% of the time.
Then, the decimal sum and carries for each column are saved as carry-save format based on their digit positions
. Therefore, only (i + 1) decimal operands are generated after the BD compression.