EBCDIC stands for

A. Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code

B. Extended Bit Code Decimal Interchange Code

C. Extended Bit Case Decimal Interchange Code

D. Extended Binary Case Decimal Interchange Code

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  1. What is meant by a dedicated computer?
  2. Modern Computer are very reliable but they are not
  3. Who invented vacuum tubes?
  4. A storage area used to store data to a compensate for the difference in speed at which the different…
  5. Which of the following programming language started from second generation?
  6. The term GIGO is relate to which characteristics of computers?
  7. First page of Website is termed as-
  8. A collection of related instructions organized for a common purpose is referred to as
  9. Snowbol is an/a________
  10. Before a disk drive can access any sector record, a computer program has to provide the records disk…
  11. CD-ROM is a
  12. Instructions and memory address are represented by
  13. The two major types of computer chips are
  14. Most important advantage of an IC is its
  15. Today's computer giant IBM was earlier known by different name which was changed in 1924. What was that…
  16. What is meant by a dedicated computer?
  17. Which of the following controls the process of interaction between the user and the operating system?
  18. A normal CD-ROM usually can store up to data?
  19. Which computer was considered the first electronic computer until 1973 when court invalidated the patent?
  20. RAM is also called as
  21. Who suggested Stored Program Concept
  22. Which of the following is a feature of fifth generation computers?
  23. The term GIGO is related to
  24. What does DMA stand for?
  25. ABC is a
  26. Which of the following generation computers had expensive operation cost?
  27. Before a disk can be used to store datA. It must be
  28. The earliest calculating devices are
  29. The two kinds of main memory are:
  30. An error in software or hardware is called a bug. What is the alternative computer jargon for it?