Class in oop a class is a description of one or more

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Unformatted text preview: s) via a centralized database. Bundled: The inclusion of software with the hardware of a computer system as part of th'e system's total price. Bus: A set of wires, which carries a group of bits in parallel and has an associated control scheme. It provides a communication path between two or more devices of a computer system. For example, the path between the memory and a peripheral device. Byte: A fixed number of adjacent bits that represent a particular character or symbol. Normally a byte consists of eight bits. C C: A programming language that was designed to have the virtues of high-level programming languages (mainly machine independence) with the efficiency of an assembly language. C++: A programming language that contains all the elements of the basic C language but has been expanded to include numerous object-oriented programming features. Cache memory: A small high speed memory, which is used to increase the speed of processing by making current programs and data available to the CPU at a rapid rate. Call statement: A program statement, which transfers program control to a subroutine. Canonical form: A Boolean function whose terms contain all variables (or their complements). This is the unreduced form of the Boolean function in minterms or maxterms form. Carrier: Any device that is used to transmit data from one location to another. Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) An electronic tube with a TV like screen upon which information may be displayed. C-band transmission: The use of 4 GHz band of frequencies for transmission and retransmission of microwave signals in a satellite communication system. CD-ROM jukebox: A mass storage device, which uses a set of CD-ROM disks and disk drives with a controller mounted in a single unit. All the CD-ROM disks of a CD-ROM jukebox form a single large storage unit. They are typically used for archiving read-only data. Cell: The intersection of a row and column in a spreadsheet. A user enters text, number, or formula in a cell. Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD...
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