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Unformatted text preview: ISt Processing (LISP): A programming language suitable for manipulating nonnumeric data such as symbols and strings of text. It is used in the areas of pattern recognition, artificial intelligence and for simulation of games. Load module: The final executable form of a software produced by a linker. Local Area Network (LAN): A computer network which interconnects computers and other peripheral devices within a limited geographical area of a few kilometers. Local Multipoint Distribution System (LMDS) : A wireless communication technology for supporting point-to-multipoint applications . Logic circuit: See combinational circuit. Logic error: An error that occurs when the actual logic of a program is different from the desired logic. Such errors cause the program to produce incorrect output. Logic gate: An electronic circuit which operates on one or more input signals to produce standard output signals. For example, AND, OR and NOT gates. Logic gates are the building blocks of all the circuits in a computer. Logical operators: Symbols used to show a logical relationship between two data items. Examples in FORTRAN are .EQ. for equal and .GT. for greater than. The symbols >, < and = are also logical operators. Logo An easy-to-learn programming language, which is Loop A sequence of instructions that is executed repeatedly until a terminal condition occurs. Looping logic: See iteration logic. Low-level languages: Programming languages that normally translate from one source instruction to one object instruction. These languages are machine dependent. Lycos: An Internet search engine. M Machine language: A low-level language that is directly understandable by the computer system. Each model of a computer has a unique machine language. Macro: A sequence of frequently used operations or keystrokes bundled together as a single command or keystroke by software so that the invocation of the single command or keystroke leads to the invocation of all the operations/keystrokes in...
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