# Bit to Ybit Converter - Bits into Yottabits

## Digital Data Units - Decimal Vs Binary

Bit Units | Byte Units | ||
---|---|---|---|

DECIMAL | BINARY | DECIMAL | BINARY |

1 Kilobit = 10^{3} or 1000 Bits | 1 Kibibit = 2^{10} or 1024 Bits | 1 Kilobyte = 10^{3} or 1000 Bytes | 1 Kibibyte = 2^{10} or 1024 Bytes |

1 Megabit = 10^{6} or 1000^{2} Bits | 1 Mebibit = 2^{20} or 1024^{2} Bits | 1 Megabyte = 10^{6} or 1000^{2} Bytes | 1 Mebibyte = 2^{20} or 1024^{2} Bytes |

1 Gigabit = 10^{9} or 1000^{3} Bits | 1 Gibibit = 2^{30} or 1024^{3} Bits | 1 Gigabyte = 10^{9} or 1000^{3} Bytes | 1 Gibibyte = 2^{30} or 1024^{3} Bytes |

1 Terabit = 10^{12} or 1000^{4} Bits | 1 Tebibit = 2^{40} or 1024^{4} Bits | 1 Terabyte = 10^{12} or 1000^{4} Bytes | 1 Tebibyte = 2^{40} or 1024^{4} Bytes |

1 Petabit = 10^{15} or 1000^{5} Bits | 1 Pebibit = 2^{50} or 1024^{5} Bits | 1 Petabyte = 10^{15} or 1000^{5} Bytes | 1 Pebibyte = 2^{50} or 1024^{5} Bytes |

1 Exabit = 10^{18} or 1000^{6} Bits | 1 Exbibit = 2^{60} or 1024^{6} Bits | 1 Exabyte = 10^{18} or 1000^{6} Bytes | 1 Exbibyte = 2^{60} or 1024^{6} Bytes |

1 Zettabit = 10^{21} or 1000^{7} Bits | 1 Zebibit = 2^{70} or 1024^{7} Bits | 1 Zettabyte = 10^{21} or 1000^{7} Bytes | 1 Zebibyte = 2^{70} or 1024^{7} Bytes |

1 Yottabit = 10^{24} or 1000^{8} Bits | 1 Yobibit = 2^{80} or 1024^{8} Bits | 1 Yottabyte = 10^{24} or 1000^{8} Bytes | 1 Yobibyte = 2^{80} or 1024^{8} Bytes |

Check Digital Data Storage Units - Smallest to Largest for details and definition for each units.

### Excel Formula to convert from Bit to Ybit

Apply the formula as shown below to convert from Bit to Yottabit.

A | B | C | |
---|---|---|---|

1 | Bit (b) | Yottabit (Ybit) | |

2 | 1 | =A2 * 0.000000000000000000000001 | |

3 |

Download - Excel Template for Bit to Yottabit Conversion

If you want to perform bulk conversion locally in your system, then download and make use of above Excel template.

### Python Code for Bit to Ybit Conversion

You can use below code to convert any value in Bit to Yottabit in Python.

bit = int(input("Enter Bit: "))

yottabit = bit / (1000*1000*1000*1000*1000*1000*1000*1000)

print("{} Bit = {} Yottabit".format(bit,yottabit))

yottabit = bit / (1000*1000*1000*1000*1000*1000*1000*1000)

print("{} Bit = {} Yottabit".format(bit,yottabit))

The first line of code will prompt the user to enter the Bit as an input. The value of Yottabit is calculated on the next line, and the code in third line will display the result.