Data Compression Explained -
Data compression is the art of reducing the number of bits needed to store or transmit data. Compression can be either lossless or lossy. Losslessly compressed data can be decompressed to exactly its original value. An example is 1848 Morse Code. Each letter of the alphabet is coded as a sequence of dots and dashes. The most common letters in English like E and T receive the shortest codes. The least common like J, Q, X, and Z are assigned the longest codes. ‎- Скажи это моей лошади