What is binary prefix?Binary Prefix is what precedes a unit of digital quantity (bit or byte) to indicate multiplication by a power of two. It is intended to slightly differentiate the values of the prefixes from their respective SI/metric prefixes. For example, kibi (2¹⁰ = 1024 ) and kilo (10³ = 1000).
InputKibi is a binary unit prefix in the digital quantity denoting multiplication by 2¹⁰.
Without prefix denotes the value one (10⁰) in the unit of digital quantity (bit or byte).