What Is the Difference between Bits and Bytes?

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The difference between a bit and a byte is that the former refers to a single numeric value while a byte is a sequence of bits. However, both the two terms broadly refer to digital data transmitted through a well connected network. Both bits and bytes may be used to represent a network address.
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