- parmak
- rakam hanesi
`Ticaret`

- tek haneli rakam
`isim`

- hane
- sayamak
- dijit
- sıfırdan dokuza kadar tamsayıların her biri, rakam
`isim`

- basamak
`isim`

- sayı
- El veya ayak parmağı, digitus
`Tıp`

- parmak genişliği sıfırdan dokuza kadar tam sayıların her biri
- parmak/basamak
- basamaklar
`Bilgisayar`

(digits) - rakam (digits.)
- perdesiz parmaklı (digitated)
- parmaklı (digitated)
- el şeklinde (digitated)

- A numeral that can be combined with others to write larger numbers, and that cannot itself be split into other numerals -
*"The number 2307 has four digits: the thousands digit is 2; the hundreds digit is 3; the tens digit is 0; and the units digit is 7."* - One's phone number -
*"That girl likes me — she gave me her digits."* - A finger or toe
- numeral
- the length of breadth of a finger used as a linear measure
- a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding part in other vertebrates
- one of the elements that collectively form a system of numbers; "0 and 1 are digits"
- One of the numbers between 0 and 9 Back
- a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding part in other vertebrates one of the elements that collectively form a system of numbers; "0 and 1 are digits
- a number
- numeral, figure; finger, toe
`isim`

- A finger's breadth, commonly estimated to be three fourths of an inch
- Ones phone number
- One of the terminal divisions of a limb appendage; a finger or toe
- A single whole number (1, 2, 3, 4, etc )
- One twelfth part of the diameter of the sun or moon; a term used to express the quantity of an eclipse; as, an eclipse of eight digits is one which hides two thirds of the diameter of the disk
- One of the ten figures or symbols, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, by which all numbers are expressed; so called because of the use of the fingers in counting and computing
- To point at or out with the finger
- a single number There are ten digits These are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
- A symbol, numeral, or graphic character that represents an integer Note 1: Examples of digits include any one of the decimal characters "0" through "9" and either of the binary characters "0" or "1 " (188) Note 2: In a given numeration system, the number of allowable different digits, including zero, is always equal to the base (radix)
- a numeral that is either "0," "1," "2," "3," "4," "5," "6," "7," "8," or "9" -- "The value of each digit in a number " (15)
- In the base-ten numeration system, one of the symbols 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, which can be used to write any number
- Digits are making reference to numerals 176 is a 3 digit number
- A measure of the display span of a panel meter By convention, a full digit can assume any value from 0 through 9, a 1/2-digit will display a 1 and overload at 2, a 3/4-digit will display digits up to 3 and overload at 4, etc For example, a meter with a display span of ±3999 counts is said to be a 3-3/4 digit meter
- n (in a radix) a character that is among the possible digits (0 to 9, A to Z, and a to z) and that is defined to have an associated numeric weight as a digit in that radix See section Digits in a Radix
- A digit is a written symbol for any of the ten numbers from 0 to
- Her telephone number differs from mine by one digit
- A digit is a finger, thumb, or toe
- A digit is one of the characters (also known as "squiggles") used to represent a number In base ten, there are exactly ten digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 Combinations of digits make numerals, such as "195 " Our number system has a finite number of digits, but an infinite number of numerals
- all strings where the first characters is a digit (0-9)

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