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1. An advantage of a distributed word processing network is


2. When a CD (Compact Disc used in audio and Video system) is seen in sunlight, rainbow like colours are seen. This can be explained on the basis of phenomenon of


3. Register is a


4. Which of the following terms could be used to describe the concurrent processing of computer programs via CRTs, on one computer system?


5. The computer code for interchange of information between terminals is



6. Errors in computer results could be due to


7. Which of the following circuit is used as a 'Memory device' in computers?


8. Terminal is a


9. The daily processing of corrections to customer accounts best exemplifies the processing mode of


10. Which one of the following is not a computer language?


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