en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte

The **byte** is a unit of digital information that most commonly consists of eight **bits**.
Historically, the **byte** was the number of **bits** used to encode a single character of
text in a computer and for this reason it is the smallest addressable unit of
memory in **many** computer architectures.

web.stanford.edu/class/cs101/bits-bytes.html

At the smallest scale in the computer, information is stored as **bits** and **bytes**. In
this ... (demo). **How many** different patterns can be made with 1, 2, or 3 **bits**?

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Apr 26, 2017 **...** Full listing of **how many bits**, nibbles, **bytes**, kilobyte (KB), megabyte (MB),
gigabyte (GB), etc. are in other computer capacities.

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Use only the period (.) as a valid decimal separator. **byte**(s) **bit**(s) ... In some
cases when used to describe data transfer rates **bits**/**bytes** are calculated as in
the ...

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Jun 9, 2017 **...** In computer networking, the terms **bits** and **bytes** refer to digital data ... is **how**
**many bits** are in a single gigabyte (which is 1,024 megabytes).

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Refer to this answer: System where 1 **byte** != 8 **bit**? Sort of shameless copy. There
were older systems where **byte** was less than 8-**bits**. Now C/C++ specification.

introcomputing.org/bits-bytes-1.html

At the smallest scale in the computer, information is stored as **bits** and **bytes**. ...
**How many** distinct/separate patterns can be made with 1, 2, or 3 **bits**? (Not hold ...

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Jun 17, 2012 **...** The question is simple: **How many bits** are there in a **byte**. But the answer is not
that straight, there is a "but" after the answer we all know.

www.cs.umd.edu/class/sum2003/cmsc311/Notes/Data/bitBytes.html

**Bits**, **Bytes**, Nybbles ... **bit** A single binary digit, that can have either value 0 or 1.
**byte** 8 **bits**. nybble 4 **bits**. ... **How many** possible patterns of 1's and 0's are there?