Prentice Hall's Illustrated Dictionary of Computing

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Prentice Hall, 1995 - Computers - 691 pages
The best-selling full-color illustrated guide to computer terminology, completely revised and updated -- now with 5,000 entries. The First Edition of Prentice Hall's Illustrated Dictionary of Computing won raves all over the world. Eckhard Pfeiffer, Compaq's CEO, called it "a perfect reference." ADvantage called it "a must read," and Computer User Magazine called it "a fine reference." The brand-new Second Edition is even better. It includes more color photographs, illustrations and tables... all-new coverage of industry trends, including new projections... new contributions from experts in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia...and 1,000 new definitions. Filled with fun facts, hypertext references, and great quotations, this is a great reference book. MARKET: Anyone who uses, writes about or reads about computers.

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