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A sequence of adjacent bits (binary digits) that can be operated on as a unit by a computer; nearly always eight bits, which can represent an integer from 0 to 255 or a single character of text

The word “hello” fits into five bytes of ASCII code.

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A set of Bits that represent a single character Usually there are 8 Bits in a Byte, sometimes more, depending on how the measurement is being made Computer storage space is measured in bytes A Kilobyte (or 1 K) represents 1024 bytes and a Megabyte (1 Mb) represents one thousand kilobytes, or one million bytes
A set of bits comprising a single character Usually there are 8 bits in a byte, sometimes more, depending on how the measurement is being made
A set of Bits that represent a single character Usually there are 8 Bits in a Byte, sometimes more, depending on how the measurement is being made
A set of Bits that represent a single character Usually there are 8 bits in a byte, somtimes more, depending on how the measurement is being made
Group of eight bits One byte can represent one ASCII character
A collection of bits operated upon as a unit, usually 8 bits long Often used to represent one character Also used to measure the capacity of storage devices (1K byte = 1024 bytes)
Abbreviated with capital "B" A unit of data that is eight bits long and is used by most computers to represent a character such as a letter, number or symbol
Abbreviation for binary term, a unit of storage capable of holding a single character A byte is equal to 8 bits Large amounts of memory are indicated in these terms: A kilobyte is 1,024 bytes, but it is often used loosely as a synonym for 1,000 bytes For example, a computer that has 256K main memory can store approximately 256,000 bytes (or characters) in memory at one time Kilobyte is usually abbreviated as K or Kb A megabyte is 1,048,576 bytes, but it is often used loosely as a synonym for one million bytes Megabyte is frequently abbreviated as M or MB A gigabyte is equal to 1,024 megabytes Gigabyte is often abbreviated as G or GB Back to Top
Composed of 8 bits One byte generally represents one character All values from 0 to 256 can be represented by one byte Abbreviated "B" (note the capital letter) (Byte is also the name of an excellent microcomputer magazine )
A unit of measure of computer memory A byte generally represents one character, such as "A," and is made up of eight bits (See also "Bit")
Contraction of BinarY digiT Eight A group of 8 bits that in computer storage terms usually holds a single character, such as a number, letter, or other symbol Because bytes represent a very small amount of storage, theya re usually grouped into kilobytes (1024 bytes), megabytes (1,048,576 bytes), or even gigabytes (1,073,71,824 bytes) for convenience when describing hard disk capacity or computer memory size
A set of "bits" that represent a single character Usually there are eight bits in a Byte
A set of Bits that represent a single character Usually there are 8 Bits in a Byte, sometimes more, depending on how the measurement is being made See also: Bit
A sequence of adjacent bits, almost always eight, operated on as a unit by a computer; can represent an integer from 0 to 255, a pair of hexadecimal digits each from 0 to F, a pair of packed decimal digits each from 0 to 9, a packed decimal digit and a sign or a single character
A sequence of bits long enough to represent one character of data; usually eight bits, but the number can vary depending on the computer system C
The unit of data storage and transmission in computers A byte is usually considered the code for a single character The number of bits in a byte varies among computer systems We usually think of a byte as being 8 bits long The English Latin alphabet has 52 characters (upper and lower case) and computers commonly also use punctuation marks and a few special characters such as the period, exclamation mark, slashes, equal sign, tilde, ampersand, dollar symbol, pound sign, percent mark, asterisk, plus sign, and carriage return Including punctuation mark and special characters, we need approximately 100 unique codes Each bit can exist in only two states, 0 or 1 Thus, a 6 bit word can define only 64 characters, a 7 bit word can define 128 characters, and an 8 bit word can define 256 characters If one bit is used to check the integrity of the entire byte, then we need at least an 8 bit byte (or "word") for common computer uses
A set of bits that represent a single character There are usually 8 bits in a byte See Also: Bit, Kilobyte, Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte
A set of bits that represent a single character Usually there are 8 bits in a byte, depending on how the measurement is being made
A group of adjacent binary digits that a computer processes as a unit to form a character such as the letter "z" A byte consists of eight bits
a sequence of 8 bits (enough to represent one character of alphanumeric data) processed as a single unit of information
{i} basic data unit comprised of 8 bits (Computers)
A set of bits that represent a single character Usually there are eight bits in a byte, sometimes more, depending on how the measurement is made
A set of Bits that represent a single character, typically 8
In computing, a byte is a unit of storage approximately equivalent to one printed character. two million bytes of data. A sequence of adjacent bits, usually eight, operated on as a unit by a computer. a unit for measuring computer information, equal to eight bits (=the smallest unit on which information is stored on a computer) (Invented word based on BIT5 and bite)
A set of Bits that represent a single character Usually there are 8 Bits in a Byte, though can be more depending on how the measurement is being made See Also: Bit Go to top
A set of Bits that represent a single character Usually there are 8 or 10 bits in a Byte, depending on how the measurement is being made
least significant byte
The byte of a multibyte number with the least importance: that is, the byte stored last on a big-endian system or first on a little-endian system
most significant byte
The byte of a multibyte number with the greatest importance: that is, the byte stored first on a big-endian system or last on a little-endian system
bytes
Bytes may appear as Bytes, KBytes (1,024 bytes), MBytes (1,048,576 bytes), GigaBytes (1,073,741,824), TeraBytes (about 1,099,511,000,000 bytes), or PetaBytes (about 1,125,899,900,000,000 bytes) Indicates the number of bytes of data transferred during the indicated time period or in response to requests that correspond to the current report entry This total does not incude data sent as part of the HTTP headers
bytes
A binary word or unit meaning usually consisting of eight bits
bytes
Bytes are typically a sequence of eight bits put together to create a single computer alphabetical or numerical character The size of a file being transmitted on the Internet is normally measured in Bytes, unlike transmission rates that are conventionally measured in bits
bytes
Bytes are typically a sequence of eight bits put together to create a single computer alphabetical or numerical character
bytes
a measurement of memory, basically equal to a keystroke Memory (RAM) and Storage (Hard Drives) are both measured in bytes
bytes
plural of byte
bytes
A measure of size of a file or program
bytes
NUMBER Size of the extent (in bytes)
bytes
A byte is a unit of storage capable of holding a single character One byte = eight bits TOP
bytes
The unit of measure used by computers In essence one character =1 byte It should be noted, a true kilobyte is actually slightly more than 1000 bytes, without looking it up, we think it is 1,056 bytes to a kilobyte If anyone can verify that, it would be appreciated We suppose multiplying by 1,000 is much easier than multiplying by 1,056
bytes
NUMBER(38) The number of bytes returned by the current operation
bytes
A generic term developed by IBM to indicate a measurable number of consecutive binary digits which are usually operated upon as a unit Bytes of eight bits ("by eight") usually represent either one character or two numerals A computer's storage capacity or memory is figured in kilobytes (K or KB): one K is actually 1,024 (2 to the 16th power) bits
bytes
The bytes statistic counts the number of total bytes for all hits of a given object For example, assume a page is one kilobyte in size, and ten hits occur on that page This would result in 10 kilobytes for the bytes statistic [Note: some web servers are not configured to record the bytes statistic in their log files If this is the case, the byte statistic will be 0]
bytes
The number of bytes served to clients (browsers) by the web server This is most important if the number of bytes served per month exceeds your current allocation based on your class of service It also gives you an indication of the "cost" of your web site relative to the value delivered to the viewer If the GIF and JPG bytes are thousands of time higher than the actual HTML pages, you are making your viewer wait a long time to get a small amount of information
bytes
A measurement of the amount of digitally stored or carried information, used to measure memory and document size To be precise a byte is a grouping of binary digits representing information, a set of 8 bits making up a manageable unit of memory The capacity of a floppy disk is measured in kilobytes (KB) (one kilobyte = 1024 bytes) and a hard disk in megabytes (MB) or gigabytes (GB) (one megabyte = 1024 kilobytes) A high capacity hard disk is necessary for those who wish to store numerous image (or similar memory-hungry) files but less necessary for those working solely on text documents; it will not significantly affect performance It is the RAM capacity of a computer that affects the speed and efficiency of the machine 32 megabytes of RAM is usually adequate for most simple computing tasks
bytes
NUMBER Number of bytes charged to the user
bytes
A set of 8bits make up a byte and a byte represents one character (letter, number, symbol) Multiples of this are Kilobytes - 1,024Bytes, Megabytes - 1,000Kilobytes, Gigabytes - 1,000Megabytes This is used to represent several types of computer space, which confuses people to no end The size of a computer file and therefore the amount of space required to: Use it - memory (RAM) space - the capacity of the RAM chips in your computer, on your video card, etc Store it - Drive storage space - on floppy disks, tape cartridges and hard disk drives N B If you don't have enough memory or disk drive space, you can't use the file or store it
bytes
A unit of data A byte is a collection of Bits, usually in multiples of eight More often referred to in larger multiples, hence kilobytes (k) are 1024 bytes and megabytes (M or MB) are 1024k
bytes
Bytes are typically eight bits put together to create a single computer character
bytes
The number of bytes sent on behalf of a file This number is not necessarily just the numer of valid requests multiplied by the size of the file, because often, when a request is made, the server tells the browser to use the previously downloaded copy of the file that is presently stored in the browser's cache In that case, the server actually returns 0 bytes for a valid request
giga byte
information storage unit equal to one billion bits (Computers)
mega byte
(Computers) one million bytes (also megabyte)
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(Bilgisayar) byte count
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    data, eight bits, unit

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    /ˈbīt/ /ˈbaɪt/

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    [ 'bIt ] (noun.) 1959. Expansion of bit, coined by Dr. Werner Buchholz in July 1956, during the early design phase for the IBM Stretch computer.

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