Weekly Computer Knowledge Capsule 2
In this article you will get, information about different topics of Computer knowledge in the form of Weekly Computer knowledge Capsule.
Computer knowledge section has become an essential section of majority of recruitment examination conducted in India. Essentially it checks how much is the candidate keeping up with the knowledge of Computer.
In this article, we are providing the gist of Basic Computer Knowledge Terms:
- bit is represented by b
- Byte is represented by B
- mega bits per sec is represented by Mbps
- mega Bytes per sec is represented by MBps
- 4 bit = 1 nibble
- 8 bit = 1 byte
- 1024 B = 1 KB (Kilo Byte)
- 1024 KB = 1 MB (Mega Byte)
- 1024 MB = 1 GB (Giga Byte)
- 1024 GB = 1 TB (Tera Byte)
- 1024 TB = 1 PB (Peta Byte)
- 1024 PB = 1 XB (Exa Byte)
- 1024 XB = 1 ZB (Zeta Byte)
- 1024 ZB = 1 YB (Yota Byte)
Flowchart: bit < Byte < KB < MB < GB < TB < PB < XB < ZB < YB
Information you put into the computer.
Information of a computer is stored as Digital Data
Binary Number System:
Number system on which the modern computers are operated which represent 1 and 0 for a positive number and negative number, respectively.In the binary language, each letter of the alphabet, each number and each special character is made up of a unique combination of Eight Bits.
Decimal Number System:
In the decimal Number System each number represents a power of 10. To represent the decimal numbers, this system uses numbers from 0 to 9 respectively. The Base or Radix of the decimal number system is 10
Hexadecimal Number System:
In the Hexadecimal Number System each number represents a power of 16. To represent the decimal numbers, this system uses numbers from 0 to 9 and characters from A to F to represent numbers 10-15, respectively. It is commonly used as a shortcut notation for groups of four binary digits
American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) is the standard code the computer industry created to represent characters.ASCII is a code used for standardizing the storage and transfer of information amongst various computing devices.