octet

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A group or set of eight of something
A group of three bits, representing eight possible values

This is done by breaking down each set of permissions (user, group, and other) to represent an octet.

A byte of eight bits. Abbreviation: o
A composition for such a group of musicians
A group of eight musicians performing together

An octet of waiters sang her Happy Birthday.

In Lewis structures the goal is to make almost all atoms have an octet This means that they will have access to 8 electrons regularly, even if they do have to share some of them
1) A byte that consists of eight bits 2) A byte composed of eight binary elements
An octet is eight (8) bits In networking, the term "octet" is often used (rather than "byte") since some machine architectures employ bytes that are not 8 bits long
An octet is a group of eight singers or musicians. the Stan Tracey Octet
An array of eight bits represented as a single unit (a byte)
The Internet's own term for eight bits or a byte Some computer systems attached to the Internet have used a byte with more than eight bits, hence the need for this term
rule A scientific law stating that all atoms, except those of hydrogen and helium, require eight electrons in the outermost energy level to maintain chemical stability
Composition for, or group of, eight instruments or voices
A piece written for eight parts, or the group that performs such a piece
(n ) A byte composed of 8 binary elements
Eight data bits
{i} music for eight musicians; group of eight musicians
Eight bits (also called a byte) This term is typically used in communication protocol descriptions
An eight bit byte
8 bits (also called a byte)
An Octet is an eight bit byte It is designated because while most bytes are eight bits, not all are
A composition for eight parts, usually for eight solo instruments or voices
Eight contiguous bits, or a byte The term was created because some computer systems attached to the Internet used a byte with more than eight bits
A networking term which is basically equivalent to the term "byte", i e 8 bits
a musical composition written for eight performers
  A byte of eight binary digits usually operated upon as an entity   (188)
Eight (8) bits Another term for a byte However, a byte is not defined in all digital systems as 8 bits so the term 'octet' is used
eight people considered as a unit
Literally, eight objects Used to describe the tendency of main-group elements to have eight valence-shell electrons in their compounds
eight performers or singers who perform together
Eight bits In networking, this term is sometimes used instead of "byte," because some systems have bytes that are not 8 bits long
a musical composition written for eight performers eight people considered as a unit a set of eight similar things considered as a unit eight performers or singers who perform together
an eight-bit byte A byte is a small group of data bits handled as a unit
A term for eight (8) bits that is sometimes used interchangeably with "byte" to mean the same thing
a set of eight similar things considered as a unit
A byte composed of eight binary elements
the cardinal number that is the sum of seven and one
A sequence of eight bits [641 0-B-1] a data object consisting of eight bits [610 0-G-5] [620 0-B-1]
A grouping of 8 bits; similar, but not identical to, a byte
octet rule
The statement that when atoms combine to form molecules they generally each lose, gain, or share valence electrons until they attain or share eight; also called
octet rule
A rule stating that atoms lose, gain, or share electrons in order to have a full valence shell of 8 electrons. (Hydrogen is excluded because it can hold a maximum of 2 electrons in its valence shell.)
color-octet
The eight color components of the gluon
octets
plural of octet
octette
alternative spelling of octet
octettes
plural of octette
octet