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Where is a single element of data stored?

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If you only have a small amount of data, then it could be stored in a single column if appropriate.

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stored data is data that gets placed in different places on a computer but there is different types of stored data

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No.A char is a single Unicode character. It is stored as a primitive (i.e., non-object) data. A string can be considered as an array of chars - Java stores it as an object.No.A char is a single Unicode character. It is stored as a primitive (i.e., non-object) data. A string can be considered as an array of chars - Java stores it as an object.No.A char is a single Unicode character. It is stored as a primitive (i.e., non-object) data. A string can be considered as an array of chars - Java stores it as an object.No.A char is a single Unicode character. It is stored as a primitive (i.e., non-object) data. A string can be considered as an array of chars - Java stores it as an object.

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A data can be stored in a computer until you don't delete the data.

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Information is stored in data, which is a collection of information. Strictly speaking, a datum (singular form of data) is a single unit of information.

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Data is stored on the hard disc. The more memory hard disc has the more data can be stored.

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Smart cards have an IC chip which can process the data.Stored value card(also known as memory card) are only have memory element not any processing element.

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A linear data structure is one in which, while traversing sequentially, we can reach only one element directly from another. Eg- Linked List, Array.2D array, though seems to be non-linear, is actually linear data structure. This is because memory is single dimensional and when it is stored in the memory it is stored as a single dimension array in either row-major or column-major format. Similarly all multi-dimensional arrays are also linear, for the same reason.

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Probably. (More detail in the question will generate more detail in the answer. )

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all data is generally stored in a single file with a pst-extension

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Data is what is stored on a computer, disc or drive. Information is what we get from the data. Data is information, it can be stored anywhere. A computer is simply one place where it may be stored.

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before a computer can process data, where must data be stored

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Data Type indicates the type of data that can be stored in a field.

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Binary data is the bunch of zeroes and ones stored as computer data. Since all computer data is in binary format, it can be processed, created, stored digitally and saved.

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Data stored in a computer as bits & bytes (means 0s and 1s). All data which we entered will be stored in Hard disk of a computer.

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Abnormal Data is data that cannot be stored like Normal Data but has to be converted into codes from signal first before they can be stored and viewed.

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A centralized database is one in which all the data of an organization is stored in a single mainframe computer. One disadvantage of this database is that if the centralized database is corrupted, all the data will be lost.

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stored where? clarify please!

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The data type of the Variable determines/indicates the type of data that can be stored in a field/variable

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In the computing world, permanent data is stored in ROM (Read Only Memory).

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RAM is where data and programs are temporarily stored.

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How is the first generation of computers stored data? Please express to me.

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data is stored on both sides of a floppy disk


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