What is Computer Data Structure

What is Computer Data Structure

Today, we will talk about Computer Data Structures, what is the Computer Data Structure, how the computer data structure works, so let us start…


The computer is a very useful tool, the computer keeps all kinds of instructions given by the user for calculations, such as number, number, text, graphics, image etc. All of these data and instructions are different, but the computer stores all these data and instructions in binary language. Binary is the language of a machine whose base is just two numbers – 0 and 1. All instructions given by the user are converted to binary language in 0 and 1. This process is called data representation. There are two ways for data formatting –

1. Analog Process (Computer Data Structure)
2. Digital Activities (Computer Data Structure)

Analog Operations 

Analog actions are based on a continuously changing signal. These numbers are not used. Analog activities are used in many areas of science and engineering as physical quantities are used in these areas such as speedometer, odometer, voltmeter, thermometer etc.

Digital Operation 

Modern computers are manufactured by digital electronic circuits. The main part of this circuit is the transistor which works in two states 0 and 1. These two states expressing data in the computer are known as binary numbers system.

The smallest unit of binary data is biting and has a store in it
= 1 nibbling
8 bits = 1 byte
1024 bytes = 1 kilobyte (KB)
1024 Kilobytes = 1 megabyte (MB)
1024 megabytes = 1 gigabyte (GB)
1024 gigabyte = 1 terabyte (TB)


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