Digits are a system of digits to record specific values of Numbers SVG. Figures are only those characters that individually describe certain numbers (e.g. “-“, “,” although used to write numbers, they are not Numbers SVG). The word “digit” without specifying usually means one of the following ten digits: 0 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 (so-called “Arabic numerals”).
There are also many other variants (“alphabets”):
Roman numerals (I V X L C D M)
hexadecimal digits (0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F)
Mayan figures (0 to 19)
In some languages, such as Greek, Hebrew, Church Slavonic, there is a system for writing numbers in letters, etc.
In plural, in everyday speech, the word numbers can also refer to “numeric data”, as any number is written down by a set of numbers. For example, the expression “let’s give such “digits” actually speaks about Numbers SVG, and even when we speak about one numerical given, written down by one figure, it is necessary to use a plural. However, it is not correct to say “there are more numbers here”, because it is not numbers that are compared, but numbers.