Different types of coding in digital electronics, Computer Engineering

The code where all successive numbers differ from their preceding number by single bit is ?

Ans. Gray Code, where all successive numbers are different from their preceding number by single bit.

This  is an unweighted code. The most significant characteristic of such code is that a single bit change occurs while going from one code number to next.

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