- one of the elements that collectively form a system of numeration; "0 and 1 are digits"
- finger: the length of breadth of a finger used as a linear measure
- a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding body part in other vertebrates
- A digit is one of several most distal parts of a limb, such as fingers or toes, present in many vertebrates.
- This is a list of characters that have appeared on the PBS Kids GO! series Cyberchase.
- Digit is an Indian monthly technology magazine published by 9.9 Media. It has a circulation of about 120,000 and a readership of over 177,000, according to IRS 2009 (Indian Readership Survey), making it the most read technology magazine in India. ...
- A digit is a symbol (a number symbol, e.g. "3" or "7") used in numerals (combinations of symbols, e.g. "37"), to represent numbers (integers or real numbers) in positional numeral systems. ...
- A digit (lat. digitus, "finger"), when used as a unit of length, is usually a sixteenth of a foot, 0.43"; or 1.905 cm (for the international inch). The width of an adult human male finger tip is indeed about 2 centimetres. ...
- In mathematics and computer science, hexadecimal (also base , or hex) is a positional numeral system with a radix, or base, of 16. ...
- A finger or toe; A numeral that can be combined with others to write larger numbers, and that cannot itself be split into other numerals; One's phone number
- (Digits) Phone Number (Ex: What are your digits?)
- (Digits) fingers or toes. [see diagram].
- (Digits) moves done using fingers
- (digits) Used anatomically to refer to fingers and toes.
- The Digits are ``0'' (ordinal value 48) through ``9'' (ordinal value 57).
- A single character in a numbering system. In decimal, digits are 0 through 9. In binary, digits are 0 and 1. The os and 1s equate to "on and off functions. Digitization allows for perfect copying. ...
- Digitisation and mobilisation of primary biodiversity data. One of the GBIF Work areas presented in this Work Programme.
- n. (in a radix) a character that is among the possible digits (0 to 9, A to Z, and a to z) and that is defined to have an associated numeric weight as a digit in that radix. See Section 13.1.4.6 (Digits in a Radix).
- A single unit or numeral in a counting system.
- The set of symbols 0 to 9, specifying the choice of one thing in 10. Therefore, like the bit, a digit is a measure of an amount of information. While bits are determined by using log base 2, digits are determined by taking log base 10 (and adding 1). ...
- Used in indicating the extent of disaggregation of data within a classification system. For example, 3-digit trade data, categorized by 3-digit numbers, are more aggregated than 6-digit data: many more and hence smaller groups of goods can be categorized with 6-digit numbers.
- all strings where the first characters is a digit (0-9).
- Latin digitus = a finger or toe, usually excepting the pollex (thumb) or hallux (big toe), adjective - digital.
- To claim complete victory over an opponent. From Alex's remark at 2000 TRASH regionals as the team stormed through the field with an average 250 ppg differential: "it's nice to finish with an extra digit on your opponent".
- Any digit between “0” and “9” (Unicode code points U+0030 to U+0039).