What makes a circuit ''digital''?, Computer Engineering

All digital devices are made from circuits whichcan be switched between two possible states.These two states are represented by a voltagelevel at the output of the circuit e.g. 0V and 5V.For convenience these two states are calledlogic level 0 or 'low' for the lower voltage andlogic level 1 or 'high' for the higher voltage. 

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