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  • ...ate by putting the current resulting state of one branch and using that as input for the next iteration of the other branch. ...either simple or clocked. A simple flip-flop changes state as soon as the input changes. A clocked flip-flop changes state only when an extra pulse occurs.
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  • as input, process that data using programs, and output the processed data. Many computers can store and retrieve information using hard drives. Compu ...uctions (a program). There are four main processing steps in a computer: [[Input device|inputting]], [[Computer memory|storage]], [[Output device|outputting
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  • [[interface]] to use a computer. An OS is also responsible for sending data to other computers or devices on a [[network]]. ...s that could be put together to work with user [[Information|input]] and [[data]]. Many of its [[feature]]s were taken from [[Multics]], an older operating
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  • ...arbitrarily balance the universe. Nearing 1930, Edwin Hubble's telescopic data, interpreted through general relativity, revealed the universe was expandin ...ons of string theory, none quite successfully predicting the observational data explained by the [[Standard Model]]. M theory is now known to have countle
    27 KB (3,927 words) - 20:14, 7 January 2019
  • ...t of the lexical analyzer, and verifies the syntax of the language. If the input program is syntactically incorrect or has a type error, it generates errors This could be important if the final program needs to check a lot of data. (Like seeing how many people, in the whole country, are fifty years old ''
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  • ...' is the part of the body which lets animals make sense of things. It gets input from [[sense organs]], and changes [[behaviour]] in response to this inform ...e around the [[alimentary canal]] at the front. This acts to bring [[sense data]] from the front into play with the movement of the body.
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  • A '''computer mouse''' ([[plural]]: mice) is an [[input device]] that is most often used with a [[personal computer]]. Moving a mou ...mechanical mouse, trackball mouse. A computer mouse is a handheld hardware input device that controls a cursor in a GUI and can move and select text, icons,
    5 KB (908 words) - 21:34, 4 March 2019
  • *[[Information|data]] * Input device
    5 KB (508 words) - 11:57, 15 May 2019
  • ...nction (mathematics)|function]] in [[mathematics]]. The program receives ''input'', some information, and uses this information to create ''output''. It wil ...put on the top of the stack. This operation is generally called "push". A data item can be removed from the top of the stack. This is called a "pop". Yo
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  • ...he program is run. Because of this, variables are commonly used to store [[input]] and [[output]] values. ...mming language)|C]] and [[Java (programming language)|Java]] require the [[data type]] of the variable (that is, the kind of content that will be stored in
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  • ...Video camera]]s. Some have a direct link to another [[computer]] where the data may be stored. == Data storage ==
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  • tissue dealing with sight now becomes available to handle other sensory input.<ref name=FutEvol>Futuyma D.J. 2005. ''Evolution''. Sinauer, Sunderland, Ma ...ree'' shows the relationships among various biological groups. It includes data from DNA, RNA and protein analysis. Tree of life work is a product of tradi
    83 KB (12,525 words) - 13:42, 27 March 2019
  • ...felt that Windows 1.0 put too much emphasis on [[mouse (computing)|mouse]] input at a time when mouse use was not yet widespread; not providing enough resou Many manufacturers of MS-DOS computers such as [[Compaq]], [[Zenith Data Systems|Zenith]], and [[Digital Equipment Corporation|DEC]] promised to pro
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  • ...ember 11, 2006 <div class="noprint"><small>([[PlayStation 3 launch#Release Data and Pricing|details]])</small></div> ...tware 2012–2016 Forecast|accessdate=2013-02-13|publisher=[[International Data Corporation]]}}</ref>
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  • such as [[avatar]] items, or game saves, up to a maximum of 16 GB of data.
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  • ...and the method used to do the abortion influence these rates. According to data collected in the United States, 88.2% of abortions were done in the first t the [[Journal of the American Medical Association]]. The study analyzed data from dozens of medical reports and other studies. The researchers conclude
    48 KB (7,398 words) - 22:26, 26 March 2019
  • is turned off. [[Non-volatile random-access memory]] (NVRAM) keeps its data without using power, which is more expensive but works slower, so it is use ...the late 20th century, RAM uses transistors, usually [[MOSFET]]s, to store data. Before that, [[magnet]]ic memory was the usual kind.
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  • a mathematical [[object]] that produces an [[output]], when given an [[input]] - it could be a [[number]], a [[vector]], or anything that can exist insi ...f(x)=x+1 One gives a [[natural number]] <math>x</math> (0,1,2,3...) as the input and gets a [[natural number]] <math>y</math>, which is <math>x</math> +1 (1
    5 KB (820 words) - 16:19, 7 December 2018
  • ...e|mouse]] and [[Keyboard (computer)|keyboard]] are used for [[input device|input]]. A [[computer monitor|monitor]] is needed to view [[output device|output ...quickly to and from the processor. The [[hard drive]] holds programs and data while the computer is powered off. [[Floppy drive]]s, [[CD-ROM]] drives ar
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  • ...." The operating system used a [[command-line interface]] for the user to input commands. It was popularly used in [[PC]]s before a [[GUI]] operating syst ...based operating system, meaning that a user works with a keyboard to input data and receives output in plain text. Later, MS-DOS often had [[computer prog
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