hard copy

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Antika) Çıktı
basılı kopya
yazılı çıktı
(Bilgisayar) sabit kopya
hard copy printer
basılı kopya yazıcı
hard copy reference
basılı kopya referansı
hardcopy
Bkz. hard copy
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A printed copy of a digital document, as opposed to a copy in electronic form
(Antika) In information handling, a hard copy is a permanent reproduction, or copy, in the form of a physical object, of any media suitable for direct use by a person (in particular paper), of displayed or transmitted data. Examples of hard copy include teleprinter pages, continuous printed tapes, computer printouts, and radio photo prints
A physical document, usually text on paper While additions to The Electronic Commerce Dictionary appear as soft copy in this Web page the original book is available only in hard copy (Return to home page for more book information )
  In computer graphics and in telecommunications, a permanent reproduction, on any media suitable for direct use by a person, of displayed or transmitted data (188)  Note 1: Examples of hard copy include teletypewriter pages, continuous printed tapes, facsimile pages, computer printouts, and radiophoto prints   Note 2: Magnetic tapes, diskettes, and nonprinted punched paper tapes are not hard copy
An actual printed paper copy of a computer document A soft copy exists only on a computer monitor
printed information on paper
A print out of the manuscript Imprint- The name of the publishing company on the title page
The printed version of any document created using a computer programme, such as a Word-processor We used to refer to these as papers, pamphlets and books
Output printed on paper
A printout of a computer file; a printed version of anything
A hard copy of a document is a printed version of it, rather than a version that is stored on a computer. eight pages of hard copy. A printed copy, especially of the output of a computer or word processor. information from a computer that is printed out onto paper, or the printed papers themselves
The original document of a transaction, such as sales drafts, credit slips, etc
A printed copy of a file, message, or graphic of the visual display on the screen of a computer monitor
A printed version of a document, as opposed to the data in the computer
Hard copy is a printed paper copy of output in readable form It is also a transparency film or photograph of an image displayed on the monitor
A printout on paper
Printed images or information See also soft copy
text that is typed or printed on paper; "he ran off a hard copy of the report"
A printed document or copy of an image that's stored on computer
A printed copy of some data
text that is typed or printed on paper; "he ran off a hard copy of the report
Written or printed output of an AAC system
Printout of information stored on a computer
printed on paper or other permanent media
Usually hard copy means paper, but presumably can mean any printed computer output, such as microfilm
A permanent form of computer system output?for example, information printed onto paper or film Contrasts with soft copy (pg 147)
(1) Recorded information copied from a computer onto paper or some other durable surface, such as microfilm To be distinguished from a temporary image on a display screen and from the electronic information on a magnetic tape or disk(ette) or in the computer's main memory See also OUTPUT RECORDS
The paper version of a document, as opposed to the version on disk or tape
output of a computer printer as compared to digital data on a disk
information that comes in printed form, printout
Usually paper copy which does not require magnification or a computer in order to be read
hardcopy
Alternative form of hard copy
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section ・マ。シ・ノ・ウ・ヤ。シスミホマ
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section AC 18 Hardcopy Output
hardcopy
the printout of a computer file or the typewritten copy submitted to a printer to be typeset
hardcopy
Is when you print out the work you have been doing on the computer, or printing out any information that is inside the computer All information that is inside the computer is in a digital format and is difficult to see or touch without some form of digital display To make a hardcopy is to print the digital information, or data, onto paper, where it can be touched and seen without any devices
hardcopy
A completed appraisal report, with original photos sent to the lender
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See Hardcopy
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers @xref{Hardcopy}
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section 24 16 Hardcopy Output
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers Section 31 18
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section 30 16 Hardcopy Output
hardcopy
Information output on a permanent medium such as paper, film, or video tape
hardcopy
Output on a medium such as paper that can be removed from the computer
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section 26 9 Hardcopy Output
hardcopy
Information printed on paper (This may seem odd, as paper is not very hard But once something is printed on to paper, it cannot be affected by, for example, a hard disk crash ) The equivalent term for information stored in a computer is soft copy
hardcopy
Hardcopy refers to a printed version of an electronic document
hardcopy
generally information that is either printed from electronic data or written or printed information including text and pictures, that has not yet been converted to electronic data A web designer may receive web site input from a client in the form of e-mailed pictures (electronic data) or as photos to scan (hardcopy) from the client Text sent by email is electronic data Text provided as brochures or typed pages is hardcopy (See also: "data" )
hardcopy
Hardcopy is the generic term used to describe the materials containing images of our layouts and artwork that come out of a laser printer or an imagesetter
hardcopy
A permanent copy of a display image generated on an output device such as a printer or plotter, and which can be carried away A printed copy of machine output in a visually readable form; for example, printed reports, listings, documents, and summaries
hardcopy
Output in a permanent form (usually a printout) rather than in temporary form, as on disk or display terminal
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section 31 4 Hardcopy Output
hardcopy
A copy of the computer’s output printed on paper
hardcopy
A written record or electrocopy of a cathode-ray tube display
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section 27 16 Hardcopy Output
hardcopy
Hardcopy means printed output Emacs has commands for making printed listings of text in Emacs buffers See section Hardcopy Output
hard copy

    الواصلة

    hard co·py

    التركية النطق

    härd käpi

    النطق

    /ˈhärd ˈkäpē/ /ˈhɑːrd ˈkɑːpiː/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'härd ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English heard; akin to Old High German hart hard, Greek kratos strength.

    فيديوهات

    ... in actual physical libraries reading things in hard copy ...

    كلمة اليوم

    connubial
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