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Having to do with digits (fingers or toes); performed with a finger.
''Digital payment systems are replacing cash transactions.''
''He moved to digital for the first time, using a Sony camera.''
c.1920?, Annie Jessy Gregg Curwen, ''The Teacher's Guide to Mrs. Curwen's Pianoforte Method (The Child Pianist)''
- Beginning with the keyboard, direct attention to the grouping of the black digitals, and show that though at the outer edge of the keyboard the white digitals look as if they were all equally close neighbours, yet, (..)
1853, ''Yankee Notions'' (volume 2, page 137)
- (..) turning round as he reached the door, he placed his digitals in close proximity to his proboscis, saying—“I guess there an't anything green about this child!' and left the Professor in utter astonishment (..)
1855, ''North Carolina University Magazine'' (volume 3, page 23)
- (..) with grave complacency wiggles his digitals, and turns away with a scornful smile playing upon his countenance.
of or pertaining to fingers or toes
(l): of or relating to computers or the Information Age.
digital; having to do with the fingers or toes
dealing with the display of numerical values
digital; in (or using) digital (and electronic) form