In computer architecture, 1-bit integers or other data units are those that are 1 bit (1/8 octet) wide. Also, 1-bit central processing unit (CPU) and arithmetic logic unit (ALU) architectures are those that are based on registers of that size. There are no computers or microcontrollers of any kind that are exclusively 1-bit for all registers and address buses. A 1-bit register can only store 21 different values, i.e. 0 or 1 (off or on, respectively). This is very restrictive and therefore not enough for a program counter which, on modern systems, is implemented in an on-chip register, that isn't implemented on-chip in some 1-bit systems. Opcodes for at least one 1-bit processor architecture were 4-bit and the address bus was 8-bit. While 1-bit CPUs are obsolete, the first carbon nanotube computer from 2013 is a 1-bit one-instruction set computer (and has only 178 transistors). (Wikipedia).

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How Does a Quantum Computer Work?

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This is the first in a series of computer science videos about the binary number system which is fundamental to the operation of a digital electronic computer. It covers the need for binary and details of how to convert positive whole numbers in base 10 into 8 bit binary, and vice versa.

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This video introduces big strings and provides the formulas need to determine the total number of n-bit strings and how to determine the number of n-bit strings with a given weight.

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