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memory whose contents can be accessed and read but cannot be changed.
Read Only Memory; a special type of memory used to store programs that start a computer and do diagnostics Data stored in ROM can only be read and cannot be removed even when your computer is turned off Most personal computers have only a few thousand bytes of ROM Contrast to RAM which is the amount of memory available for use by programs on your computer.
Read-Only Memory: This is a computer's unchangeable memory It's used to store programs that start the computer and run diagnostic functions Back to Top.
Read Only Memory Memory that permanantly stores DATA, even when a computer is switched off Usually used to store information that seldom changes like the BIOS settings.
Read Only Memory Data cannot be stored in this type of memory, but instead it usually contains programs or other information that does not disappear when the computer is turned off.
Read Only Memory Permanent information contained on a memory chip The machine can read from those chips, but cannot write to them A small amount of ROM is necessary to start the cold boot process.
An acronym for Read Only Memory -- a permanent memory, the contents of which can be read, but not altered.
Read-only Memory Refers to computer memory in which data or programs have been permanently encoded and which can be accessed but not altered For example, a CD-ROM is a compact disc onto which digital information has been 'burned', and the contents of most CD-ROM disc cannot be altered without special equipment.
Read-only memory A semiconductor-based memory system that stores information permanently and does not lose its contents when power is switched off ROMs are used for firmware, such as the BIOS used in the PC; and in some portable computers, application programs and even the operating system are being stored in ROM.
An abbreviation for Read Only Memory ROM is used to hold programs and data that must survive when the computer is turned off Because ROM is non-volatile; data in ROM will remain unchanged the next time the computer is turned back on As the name implies, data cannot be easily written to ROM; depending on the technology used in the ROM, writing may require special hardware, or may be impossible A computer's BIOS may be stored in ROM. : The portion of memory that cannot be altered and is used for storing permanent information.
Read-only memory, that is, memory that cannot be written.
Read Only Memory; permanent memory used to store permanent programs.
Read-Only Memory Any type of memory which cannot be readily rewritten A memory that cannot be altered in the normal use of a computer; usually used to store information permanently, such as firmware programs.
Read Only Memory; memory that can be read but not updated or changed Memory that is nonvolatile and does not disappear when power is shut off Commonly used in computers and CD formats such as CD-ROMs.
Read Only Memory.
Read Only Memory Portion of computing machinery where information is encoded and cannot be changed Compact Discs are said to be ROM since most computers cannot write to them.
Read Only Memory Memory which holds programs and data which can not be changed, and maintains its data without power Generically, these cover PROMs, EPROMs, EEPROMs, etc , but often, it means specifically mask-programmed ROMs These ROMs are very cheap, but they require huge quantities of identical chips, for the program is actually encoded in the masks which are used to fabricate the ROMs Mask-programmed ROMs have virtually fallen out of existance, which is unfortunate, as they are one of the only truely permanent storage mediums, but only only standard setting manufacturers could normally justify the setup-costs and permanence of design of mask-programmed ROMs -S- SCSI: Small Computer Systems Interface A popular interface used to attach 'small' computers to devices such as hard disks, tape drives, CD-ROM and other mass storage devices, scanners, and less commonly, printers, termiunals, and other devices See also Wide SCSI, Ultra SCSI. Memory whose contents may be read but not changed Used for storing firmware and remains even when the computer''s power is off.
Read Only Memory Computer memory, usually involving some enduring medium like a silicon chip or a burnt laser disc which can be read but not altered; this is inconvenient when the data can change and, just to be confusing, some special ROMs can be modified under certain circumstances cf RAM. a usually small computer memory that contains special-purpose information which cannot be altered.
Stands for Read-Only Memory This is memory and information that cannot be changed.
Read Only Memory A portion of memory that can only be read and cannot be used for data storage ROM retains its contents when you turn off the printer.
Acronym for read-only memory, computer memory on which data has been prerecorded Once data has been written onto a ROM chip, it cannot be removed and can only be read Unlike main memory , ROM retains its contents even when the computer is turned off ROM is referred to as being nonvolatile, whereas RAM is volatile Flash ROM is increasingly popular over ROM due to the easy ability to upgrade quickly.
novel. fiction. rom.
Of or pertaining to Rome, or the Roman people; like or characteristic of Rome, the Roman people, or things done by Romans; as, Roman fortitude; a Roman aqueduct; Roman art.
Of or pertaining to the Roman Catholic religion; professing that religion.
Upright; erect; said of the letters or kind of type ordinarily used, as distinguished from Italic characters.
Expressed in letters, not in figures, as I., IV., i., iv., etc.; said of numerals, as distinguished from the Arabic numerals, 1, 4, etc.
A native, or permanent resident, of Rome; a citizen of Rome, or one upon whom certain rights and privileges of a Roman citizen were conferred.
Roman type, letters, or print, collectively; in distinction from Italics. a typeface used in ancient Roman inscriptions a resident of modern Rome an inhabitant of the ancient Roman Empire of or relating to or characteristic of Rome ; 'Roman architecture'; 'the old Roman wall' relating to or characteristic of people of Rome; 'Roman virtues'; 'his Roman bearing in adversity'; 'a Roman nose' of or relating to or supporting Romanism; 'the Roman Catholic Church' characteristic of the modern type that most directly represents the type used in ancient Roman inscriptions.
a resident of modern Rome. an inhabitant of the ancient Roman Empire. a typeface used in ancient Roman inscriptions. relating to or characteristic of people of Rome; 'Roman virtues'; 'his Roman bearing in adversity'; 'a Roman nose'. of or relating to or characteristic of Rome ; 'Roman architecture'; 'the old Roman wall'. characteristic of the modern type that most directly represents the type used in ancient Roman inscriptions. of or relating to or supporting Romanism; 'the Roman Catholic Church'.
Commonly refers to the upright version of a face within a font family, as compared to the italic version.
A type face or type style in which the characters are upright Compare italic and oblique.
CITIZEN OF ROMAN EMPIRE Rome was the seat of world power Rome had conquered the known world at the time of Christ A Roman citizen had rights in any of its conquered providences For example, a roman citizen had rights in Judea because it was a providence of Rome but a Judean citizen who was not a Roman did not have the same rights as a Roman Citizen This gave rise to many issues of class envy and strife Caesar Augustus was the first emperor of Rome and was in power when Christ was born.
The unmodified version of a typeface, with no bold or italics applied.
An upright, normal-weight typeface, whether serif or sans-serif, oldstyle or modern. the opposite of italic; also used as opposite of boldface, but not at GTS.
Term used to describe letters written in an upright style, as differentiated from an Italic style.
An upright letter, as opposed to a sloped, or italic, letter The term also describes a style of type based upon Italian manuscript hands of the fifteenth century.
Noun A citizen of the Ancient Roman Empire, or of such Also a citizen of modern Rome, or of such. type term.
The Latin alphabet Also used to describe any plain, upright letter Back to top.
Referring to a font; upright and perpendicular to the baseline to top.
AD 43 - c 410. indicating a three-suiter;.
A typeface, widely used in printing It is characterised by the presence of serifs on the letters, and by the vertical lines being slightly thicker than the horizontal lines. type which is not italic or bold, e g like this.
romantic. poetic. poetical. escapist. dreamy. starry-eyed. romanesque. romantic. romanticist. poet.
rheumatic. rheumatical. rheumatism. rheumatics.
trailer. automobile truck. motor caravan. salvage tug.
tug. tugboat. hauler. pinnace. towboat. towing boat.
a New Testament book containing an exposition of the doctrines of Saint Paul; written in AD 58.
romanticism. the romantic movement.
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