### Definition of Binary digit

1. Noun. Either 0 or 1 in binary notation.

Generic synonyms: Digit, Figure

### Definition of Binary digit

1. Noun. (computing) Either of the characters 0 or 1 used in the binary numeral system. ¹

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### Medical Definition of Binary digit

1. The smallest unit of digital information expressed in the binary system of notation (either 0 or 1). The signal in computing. (05 Mar 2000)

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Binary Digit

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### Literary usage of Binary digit

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1. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for Windows by SAS Institute (2004)
"A binary digit can have one of two values: 0 or 1. A binary digit is called a bit and is considered to be off when its value is 0 and on when its value is 1 ..."

2. SAS/CONNECT(R) 9.1 User's Guide: User's Guide by SAS Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"A binary digit can have one of two values: 0 or 1. A binary digit is called a bit and is considered to be off when its value ..."

3. Internet Costs & Cost Models for Public Libraries: Final Report by Charles R. McClure (1996)
"Bit (Binary DigIT) — A single digit number in base-2, in other words, either a 1 or a zero. The smallest unit of computerized data. ..."

4. Making Things Better: Competing in Manufacturing (1993)
"(The familiar decimal system has ten numerals, zero through nine.) Modern digital computers represent each binary digit, or bit, as a switch; if the switch ..."

5. Defend Your Data!: Guide to Data Recovery by David J. Stang (1991)
"Multiply each binary digit by its place holder value. j Add these products. From Hexadecimal to Decimal Decimal is base 10, using the digits 0 through 9. ..."