Write down two types of memory?
Short term (RAM) and long term (ROM).
read only memory static read write memory, usually called static random access memory dynamic read write memory, usually called dynamic random access memory cache memory, a combination of content addressable memory and static read write memory virtual memory flash memory, a writable version of read only memory commonly used as a solid state replacement for harddisks etc.
The 2 types of computer memory are ROM and RAM. These stand for Read Only Memory and Random Access Memory, respectively. Read Only memory is the type of memory that is non-volatile, which means that the data contained here is never lost, even when the computer is shut down. RAM on the other hand is the type of memory which is volatile-- which can be lost the moment the computer is turned off. It temporarily…
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secondary memory is actually the permanent memory/the backing storage of the computer. it is of two types: sequential access direct access auxiliary memory is the computer's internal/temporary memory. it is also of two types: random access memory (RAM) read only memory (ROM) the difference between secondary memory and auxiliary memory is that:- both are same i.e both performs the same operations thanks.
RAM:(RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY) RAM is the primary storage device and the data and instructions are stored temporarily in it. It takes the same amount of time to access any location in RAM. CPU can perform two types of operations on Ram, these are: Read Write Read operation: during read operation the contents of memory location are copied to a CPU register. Write operation: During write operation the contents of a CPU register are copied to…
there are two types of memory in a system they are:ROM and RAM : ROM means (read only memory) we can only read or check we cant do changes in a ROM.example for ROM are output devicess.next RAM (random access memory) example for RAM are input devicess .these are the different types of memory .. by g.geethapriya
There are two types (and other references) to video memory in computing. The video card and onboard graphics are one type. The second are the use of virtual memory in order to further augment video resources. Video memory can also reference the type of RAM used on graphical processing cards such as DDR2, DDR3 and GDDR5 (among others).
Actually, computers have many different types of memory contained in chips. First, there's the group of RAM memories, which can be divided into static and dynamic RAM chips. Their characteristic is that the chips do not retain data content over a power outage, but they are fairly cheap, and fast to read from and write to. Second, there is read-only memory (ROM), often also used in the form of write-once read-only memory (PROM, short for…
There are two different types of equality for Strings - object equality (==) and comparative (compareTo(), equals()). Object equality compares the memory addresses of two Strings, which is probably not what you are looking for. To test for equality, you can use String's equals() method. Example: "abc".equals("abc"); //true
There is no such thing as "random only memory" The two main types are: RAM: random access memory ROM: read only memory ROM is memory that does not change, it is "read only" the system reads it, uses it and never changes what is stored within it RAM allows random access types, reading, writing, moving. Its fully adaptable to whatever it is asked to do from moment to moment.
Well that depends on what you mean by memory. There are two types of computer memory RAM and ROM. When downloading you use RAM memory to run the Peer 2 Peer program to download but that's freed up as soon as you shut down the program. If you are just opening the file and listening to the file than it's not being stored on your hard drive. If you are saving the files then yes…
That depends on what you mean by "Memory". If you are talking generally then there is Hard Disk Memory, Flash Memory, and RAM (Random Access Memory), usually when referring to memory in a computer though people are talking about the RAM. There are 4 types of RAM (That I know of) which are SD RAM, DDR, DDR2 and DDR3.
the two main types of RAM are: SRAM- static random access memory which is faster but more expensive it also takes up valuable space. It tends to be used for cache memory and it doesnt have to be periocically refreshed. DRAM- dynamic random access memory, the most common type of RAM, an advantage of DRAM is its structural simplicity.