English-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ OBIT
◊obit /'obit/
▫ danh từ
▪ (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) lễ cầu hồn, lễ kỷ niệm (ngày chết của người sáng lập ra hội)
▪ ngày giỗ, ngày kỵ, ngày huý
English Dictionary
◊ OBIT
obit
n : a notice of someone's death; usually includes a short
biography [syn: {obituary}, {necrology}]
English-Vietnamese Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN BIT?
◊bit
▫bit
bit
English-Vietnamese Mining Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN BIT?
◊bit
mũi khoan, lưỡi khoan, mũi choòng, răng nhỏ
English-Vietnamese Water Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN ABIT?
◊abit
◊cá gi day
▪ hu la hu
English Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN BIT?
bit
(b) binary digit.
The unit of information; the amount of information obtained by
asking a yes-or-no question; a computational quantity that can
take on one of two values, such as true and false or 0 and 1;
the smallest unit of storage - sufficient to hold one bit.
A bit is said to be "set" if its value is true or 1, and
"reset" or "clear" if its value is false or 0. One speaks of
setting and clearing bits. To {toggle} or "invert" a bit is
to change it, either from 0 to 1 or from 1 to 0.
The term "bit" first appeared in print in the computer-science
sense in 1949, and seems to have been coined by early computer
scientist John Tukey. Tukey records that it evolved over a
lunch table as a handier alternative to "bigit" or "binit".
See also {flag}, {trit}, {mode bit}, {byte}, {word}.
[{Jargon File}]
(1996-11-03)
French-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ OBIT
◊obit
▫ danh từ giống đực
▪ (tôn giáo) lễ cầu siêu ngày giỗ
 obi  obier  obit  obituaire  objectal 
German-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN BIT?
◊das Bit (Computer)
▪ {bit} miếng, mảnh mẫu, một chút, một tí, đoạn ngắn, góc phong cảnh, đồng tiền, mũi khoan, đầu mỏ hàn, mũi kim, mỏ chìa khoá, hàm thiếc ngựa, sự kiềm chế
◦ das höchstwertige Bit (MSB) {most significant bit}
◦ das niederwertigste Bit (LSB) {least significant bit}
Vietnamese-Russian Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN OXIT?
◊oxit
▪ окись