Webster's New World Dictionary of Computer Terms

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Bryan Pfaffenberger
Que, 1997 - Reference - 560 pages
Over one million users of Webster's New World Pocket Dictionary have proven that this handy, vinyl format is just right for many reasons. It fits perfectly in a backpack, briefcase, pocket, or purse. Its quality binding holds up under use. And its succinct style gives information quickly. Now slightly expanded in size for greater readability, the Pocket Dictionary is joined by other key references in the same popular format. All Pocket references offer:
-- Compact size with a durable vinyl cover
-- Easy-to-read page and text design
-- Reliable information from the editors of Webster's New World College Dictionary

The best computer dictionary in print, from the biggest names in computer books and dictionaries

Webster's New World combines forces with Que to produce the premier dictionary of computer terms, completely revised and updated in this all-new edition. More than 3,500 computer and Internet terms are defined clearly and concisely. Jargon and acronyms are included and extensively cross-referenced against main entries. Over 100 screen illustrations and line drawings reinforce concepts, and clear tables detail special reference information. A new look and a new trim size give this new edition added readability and authority.
-- Precise, understandable, up-to-date
-- Comprehensive definitions in a compact format
-- Combines the dictionary expertise of Webster's New World with the computer expertise of Que

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
25
Section 3
46
Section 4
71
Section 5
74
Section 6
129
Section 7
161
Section 8
168
Section 17
280
Section 18
283
Section 19
286
Section 20
304
Section 21
343
Section 22
363
Section 23
377
Section 24
430

Section 9
188
Section 10
214
Section 11
224
Section 12
225
Section 13
237
Section 14
246
Section 15
257
Section 16
273
Section 25
433
Section 26
456
Section 27
504
Section 28
526
Section 29
532
Section 30
544
Section 31
553
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About the author (1997)

Bryan Pfaffenberger, Ph.D., author of HTML 4 Bible and more than 75 books on personal computing, teaches technical writing and the sociology of technology at the University of Virginia's Division of Technology, Culture, and Communication.

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