Trit vs Tuit - What's the difference?

trit | tuit |


As nouns the difference between trit and tuit

is that trit is (computing) the ternary equivalent of a bit; a fundamental unit of information that may take any of three distinct states while tuit is (humorous).

trit

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (computing) The ternary equivalent of a bit; a fundamental unit of information that may take any of three distinct states.
  • Derived terms

    * qutrit

    tuit

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (humorous)
  • * 1996' October 6, Colin Douthwaite <[email protected]>, "'''Tuit ", message-ID <[email protected]>, ''rec.humor , Usenet [http://google.com/group/rec.humor/msg/acb923e94a1dc471]:
  • THIS IS A TUIT
  • * 2000' December 7, Joe Zeff <[email protected]>, "'''Tuit Update", message-ID <[email protected]>, ''alt.sysadmin.recovery , Usenet [http://google.com/group/alt.sysadmin.recovery/msg/bf943259ce3422cd]:
  • My tuit is back from the shop, in a properly round state.
  • * '2002 Mat 25, Scott W. Harvey <[email protected]>, "1953 BEITMAN MANUAL NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD", message-ID <[email protected]>, ''rec.antiques.radio+phono , Usenet [http://google.com/group/rec.antiques.radio+phono/msg/de81689394ef1ed2]:
  • *:1926-38 and 1939 manuals will be re-posted when my TUIT is round enough.
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