#1
Would anybody mind explaining the difference between the two?
Thanks.
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#2
depends on what you're talking about,

but analog usually means measurable values
digital usually refers to numerical values

for example

12 volts - analog
100 kilo bytes - digital

a sundial would be an analog clock, but your computer uses a digital clock.

i'm sure someone could explain it out better
#3
I'm just going to go with an audio type example, because this is a guitar forum.

Basically, an analog electrical signal from a sound will look something like this:

The electrical signal matches up with the audio wave.

Now digital is like a code. You could give all the data for that wave posted up above in a combination of 1's and 0's, like this:
101010100001010100101010010101 or something.

Yeah, one more crappy explanation.


Just look on wikipedia
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