Pendant In a Big Box

Masciarotte, Oliver
January 2005
Mix;Jan2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p90
The article reports on the computer jargons. Some of the them are: SDDS or Sony Dynamic Digital Sound; SDK or Software Developer Kit or Software Development Kit, which is a collection of programming interfaces or abstractions, shortcuts, reusable subroutines or libraries, and documentation that allows a third party to create software accessories for an existing software product or family; Sector, which is the minimum track length or logical assignment that can be used lo store information on a magnetic disk or optical disc.


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