Memory devices are used to store digital information. The simplest type of digital memory device is the flip-flop, which is capable for storing single bit data, and is volatile and very fast. This device is generally used to store data in the form of registers. Registers are also used as main memory of computers for internal computational operations. The basic goal of digital memory is to store and access binary data, which is a sequence of 1's and 0's.
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