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An order of magnitude is a factor of ten. A quantity growing by four orders of magnitude implies it has grown by a factor of 10,000 or 104. This article presents a list of multiples, sorted by orders of magnitude, for digital information storage measured in bits. This article assumes a descriptive attitude towards terminology, reflecting general usage. The article assumes the following: Accordingly: * 1 kB (kilobyte) = 103 bytes = 1,000 bytes = 8,000 bits * 1 KiB (kibibyte) = 210 bytes = 1,024 bytes = 8,192 bits Note: this page mixes between two kinds of entropies:

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  • Orders of magnitude (data)
  • Ordres de grandeur de quantité de données
  • Ordini di grandezza (dati)
  • データ量の比較
  • 数量级 (数据)
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  • Questa tabella confronta i vari ordini di grandezza per i dati o le informazioni) misurati in bit. Per facilitare la lettura si è scelto di chiamare i gruppi di 8 bit col termine più pratico e diffuso di byte.Bisogna ricordarsi però che questo non è formalmente corretto e che il nome giusto da utilizzare per un gruppo di 8 bit dovrebbe essere ottetto, questo perché in alcune architetture di computer un byte non è uguale a 8 bit.
  • データ量の比較(データりょうのひかく)では、データ量を比較できるよう、昇順に表にする。 データ量は時に情報量と混同されるが、正しくは、情報量はデータ量と深く関係しているものの別の概念であり、原則としてここでは扱わない。
  • An order of magnitude is a factor of ten. A quantity growing by four orders of magnitude implies it has grown by a factor of 10,000 or 104. This article presents a list of multiples, sorted by orders of magnitude, for digital information storage measured in bits. This article assumes a descriptive attitude towards terminology, reflecting general usage. The article assumes the following: Accordingly: * 1 kB (kilobyte) = 103 bytes = 1,000 bytes = 8,000 bits * 1 KiB (kibibyte) = 210 bytes = 1,024 bytes = 8,192 bits Note: this page mixes between two kinds of entropies:
  • Cette liste compare les ordres de grandeur pour les données (ou l'information), mesurée en bits. Cet article suppose une attitude formelle par rapport à la terminologie. Ce qui signifie deux choses : 1. * un groupe de 8 bits dans un ordinateur est appelé un octet. Un byte signifie la même chose (dans la langue anglaise) pour la plupart des usages pratiques, mais n'est pas égal à 8 bits sur toutes les architectures d'ordinateur ; 2. * les préfixes décimaux kilo, méga, ... sont des puissances strictement de 10. Les puissances de 2 sont les préfixes binaires kibi, mébi, ...
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