Bit In Computing (Basic unit of Information)


A bit that is turned off represents the value "0" (zero) in binary notation. 

In computer science, a bit is the basic unit of information, and it can have two values: 0 or 1. 

When a bit is turned off, it represents the value 0, which means it is not activated or enabled. 

This is the opposite of a bit that is turned on, which represents the value 1, indicating it is activated or enabled.

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