Bit - Significant - Least Significant Bits (LSB) - Most Significant Bits (MSB)

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Number - Significant (Figures|Digits|Bits) in bit.

  • LSB = The right-most bit(s) of a bit string.
  • MSB = The left-most bit(s) of a bit string

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