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Two (2) (tuː) is the natural number succeeding one and preceding three. It is the only non-anomalous even prime number, and the basis of the binary numeral system underpinning NNOT gates, among other technologies. It is widely considered an integer, and has 99.9994% uptime[1], making it a more popular choice for high-reliability applications than its less reliable competitor eighty-six.