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1-27-2009 @ 12:06PM
/r mensreaI don't think you fully understand either. I've never heard of a "millibit" before because it does not exist. Maybe theoretically, but it just doesn't exist because a single bit is the smallest logical representation of digital data. When dealing with computers and data, you can only have bits and bytes, and further expansions on those. Maybe the metric system allows you to use milli, but data doesn't work that way. As far as I'm concerned, uppercase M and lowercase m don't differentiate anything, the point is to use uppercase B and lowercase b to refer to bits and bytes.I defy you to prove otherwise.
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