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BankExamsToday Express Bites: Part 29

Published on Tuesday, March 21, 2017
BankExamsToday Express Bites: Part 29
  • The full form of GML is Generalised Markup Language. 
  • W3C ( World Wide Web Consortium) - an independent standard body composed of university researches and industry practitioners that is devoted to setting effective standards to promote the orderly growth of WWW. 
  • T1- an internet backbone line that carries upto 1.536 million bits per second. 
  • Syntax - a set of grammatical rules defining valid use of specific commands or instructions in a computer language. 
  • Terabyte (TB) - its about a trillon bytes. 1TB is equal to 1024 GB. 
  • Algorithm is a set of instructions, sometimes it called a procedure or function that is used to perform a certain task. 
  • Spyware comes with some free programs and it will monitor our internet activity and send information to some corporation. 
  • Sub-directory - If the directory is located within another directory it is called as subdirectory of that directory or folder. 
  • A toolbar is a set of icons or buttons that are part of a software program’s interface. In Microsoft word, the spacing between default tab stops is 0.5. The paragraph alignment uses the default alignment as left alignment. 
  • In OSI model, Transport layer allows data to be broken into smaller packages for data to be distributed and addressed to other nodes. 
  • Alt+O is the shortcut used to Open Format Menu.
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