Q: Which is the standard used for converting keystroke into corresponding bits?

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A parallel adder is a binary adder that can possibly form sum and carry the outputs for addend and augend words that operate on corresponding pairs addend and augend bits in parallel.

It can do. Depends on which subject, at which level, in which country. But since you have chosen not to share those relevant bits of information, your question cannot be answered.

eight bits are in a dollar

The mantissa - also known as a significand or coefficient - is the part of a floating-point number which contains the significant digits of that number. In the common IEEE 754 floating point standard, the mantissa is represented by 53 bits of a 64-bit value (double) and 24 bits of a 32-bit value (single).

byte has 8 bits all bits at 0 = zero all bits at 1 = 255

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Generally speaking, eight bits to a byte. There is no actual standard that defines how many bits are in a byte, but it has become something of a de facto standard.

address space=24bits => (2 Power 24)=16M words

Assuming IP version 4 (the current standard), a complete IP address has 32 bits. /16 means that the first 16 bits specify the network; the remaining bits (also 16 in this case - calculated as 32 minus 16) specify the host.Assuming IP version 4 (the current standard), a complete IP address has 32 bits. /16 means that the first 16 bits specify the network; the remaining bits (also 16 in this case - calculated as 32 minus 16) specify the host.Assuming IP version 4 (the current standard), a complete IP address has 32 bits. /16 means that the first 16 bits specify the network; the remaining bits (also 16 in this case - calculated as 32 minus 16) specify the host.Assuming IP version 4 (the current standard), a complete IP address has 32 bits. /16 means that the first 16 bits specify the network; the remaining bits (also 16 in this case - calculated as 32 minus 16) specify the host.

150 KBps 8 bits at a time.

255.255.255.255

A unit of data size that consist of 8 bits is a byte (or octet in European countries).

When I had a large shop I used to have 3 racks on the wall behind the bench drill press, one for standard drill bits, one for specialist drill bits and one for hole saws, Forstner bits and fly bits.

Abbreviation of bits per second, the standard measure of data transmission speeds.

128-bit IP addresses

Baud Rate=8000 Each signal change=4 bits (4 bits yield 16 combinations) Therefore: (4*8000)=32000bps