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Unformatted text preview: ltiple client computers that share programs and data from the server. Clip art library: A collection of graphic images stored on disk that can be readily used in word processing or desktop publishing documents, or in presentation graphics, or for other purposes. Clock speed: The number of times that the built-in electronic clock of a computer system pulses in one second. Clone: A hardware or software product that emulates an established product which has good reputation in the market. Coaxial cable: A cable made up of a single wire in the center of an insulator wrapped in mesh. It is often used as a medium to transmit data between computers and between computers and peripheral devices. Code: (1) The statements of a computer program. (2) A set of rules outlining the way in which data may be represented (like BCD, EBCDIC, ASCII). Code generator: A very high-level programming language in which programmers specify, through an interactive dialog with the system, the design specifications of a system (which tasks are to be performed) and it automatically generates (produces) the program source code for the system. Coding: The process of writing computer instructions in a programming language. Collate To combine items from two or more sequenced files into a single one. Collating sequence: An ordering assigned to the characters of a character set to be used for sequencing purposes. A commonly encountered collating sequence involves the special characters, letters, and digits, in that order. Combinational circuit: A group of logic gates interconnected to form a logic circuit. Command interpreter: The part of an operating system that serves as an interface for the user to communicate with the computer via its operating system. Command-line interface: A textual user interface in which the user gives instructions to the computer by typing commands using the keyboard. Comment: An entry in a computer program for the purpose of documentation or explanation. Comments are used within a program to assist anyone reading the source program listing. They do not contain any program logic and are ignored (not translated) by the language processor. Commercial online service:...
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