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New module Compudictio
Moduleshitwalker writes "Compudictio is created to be a comprehensive and authoritative source of definitions for computer-related terms and abbreviations.

The dictionary (over 10,000 entries) includes terms drawn from a wide variety of topics relevant to computer users, including software, hardware, networking, data storage, graphics, games, information processing, the Internet and the World Wide Web, gaming, history, jargon and slang, organizations, programming, and standards. Its 8.65 mb......contains 27 pages representing the alphabet.

This dictionary emphasizes terminology that the average computer user will encounter in documentation, online help, computer manuals, marketing and sales materials, the popular media, and the computer trade press.

Because most computer users operate personal computers and desktop systems at home, work, or both, the majority of the entries in this dictionary cover the terminology used in describing and working with these systems. However, some specialized or highly technical language is included that pertains to areas of industry, academia, software and hardware development, and research.

These terms have been included because they have a bearing on more common computer terminology or because they are of historical significance.

The module is available for subscribed members.
Get it at Phpnuke Database"
Posted on Thursday, December 28 @ 01:21:32 CET by VinDSL
 
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