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From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015):
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  Free On-line Dictionary of Computing%%%computer dictionary%%%computing
  dictionary%%%Dictionary of Computing%%%FOLDOC%%%Free On-line
  Dictionary%%%this dictionary
  
      FOLDOC is a searchable dictionary of acronyms,
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     projects, products, history, in fact anything to do with
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     Copyright 1985 by Denis Howe
  
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     (2007-07-25)
  
  Acknowledgements
  
      Many thanks to the thousands of contributors
     (contributors.html) and especially to the Guest Editors, mirror
     site maintainers and the maintainers of the following resources
     from which some entries originate:
  
     Mike Sendall's STING Software engineering glossary
     , 1993-10-13,
  
     Bill Kinnersley's Language List
     http://people.ku.edu/~nkinners/LangList/Extras/langlist.htm)">(http://people.ku.edu/~nkinners/LangList/Extras/langlist.htm)
     v2.2, 1994-01-15,
  
     Mark Hopkins' catalogue of Free Compilers and Interpreters
     v6.4, 1994-02-28,
  
     The on-line hacker Jargon File v3.0.0, 1993-07-27,
  
     Internet Users' Glossary (RFC 1392, FYI 18), Jan 1993.
  
     John Cross's computer glossary, 1994-11-01.
  
     John Bayko's Great Microprocessors of the Past and Present,
     v4.0.0, 1994-08-18.
  
     Electronic Commerce Dictionary.
  
     (2014-09-11)
  
  

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