A device designed to read information encoded into a small plastic card is

A. Magnetic tape

B. Badge reader

C. Tape puncher

D. Card puncher

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  1. A modern digital computer has
  2. 1 nibble equals to
  3. Most of the first generation computers were
  4. Serial access memories are useful in applications where
  5. Registers, which are partially visible to users and used to hold conditional, are known as
  6. Instruction in computer languages consists of
  7. ASCII is a coding system that provides
  8. Abacus was the first
  9. Who is credited with the idea of using punch cards to control patterns in a waving machine?
  10. Central Processing Unit is combination of
  11. Which of the following is the 1's complement of 10?
  12. The term gigabyte refers to
  13. Which of the following is a read only memory storage device?
  14. What is the latest write-once optical storage media?
  15. Why ABC is considered electro-mechanical computer?
  16. Which of the following memories need refresh?
  17. Which of the following is a storage device?
  18. Light pen and joystick are________
  19. Magnetic tape can serve as
  20. The magnetic storage chip used to provide non-volatile direct access storage of data and that have no…
  21. Which statement is valid about magnetic tape?
  22. The first generation of computers available was based on the bit micro processors.
  23. What was the first computer brought in Nepal?
  24. A computer program that converts an entire program into machine language at one time is called a/ an
  25. Which unit is known as nerve center of computer?
  26. The device used to carry digital data on analogue lines is called as
  27. Which of the following is used only for data entry and storage, and never for processing?
  28. Memory unit is one part of
  29. Which of the following are the functions of a operating system
  30. Which of the following device was not invented by Babbage?