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A Quick Byte - Rev 1
Computing & Programming
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Computing & Programming[edit]

.NET Framework
16-bit application
32-bit application
3D computer graphics
64-bit
Abstraction (computer science)
Address bus
Algorithm
Analog
Application programming interface
Application software
Arithmetic logic unit
ARM architecture
Artificial intelligence
ASP.NET
Assembly language
Asymmetric digital subscriber line
Attribute (computing)
Base Class Library
BASIC
Binary code
Binary file
Binary numeral system
Bit
Boolean datatype
Boolean logic
Bounds checking
Brains
Branch (computer science)
Bus (computing)
Byte
Bytecode
C (programming language)
C preprocessor
C Sharp (programming language)
C Sharp 4.0
C Sharp syntax
C standard library
C++
Calculator
Capacitor
Central processing unit
Checked exceptions
Church-Turing thesis
Circular dependency
Class (computer science)
Clock rate
Code (computer programming)
Code folding
Comment (computer programming)
Common Intermediate Language
Common Language Infrastructure
Common Language Runtime
Common Type System
Comparison of Java and C Sharp
Comparison of programming languages
Compiled language
Compiler
Compiler optimization
Component-based software engineering
Computer
Computer architecture
Computer data storage
Computer hardware
Computer language
Computer memory
Computer monitor
Computer multitasking
Computer network
Computer networking
Computer program
Computer programming
Computer science
Computer software
Computer system
Computing
Concurrent programming
Conditional (programming)
Conditional branching
Control flow
Copy constructor
CPU cache
CPU design
Crash (computing)
Data (computing)
Data storage device
Database
Database management system
Debugger
Debugging
Declarative programming
Digital
Digital integration
Diode
DirectX
Ecma International
Electrical network
Electronic circuit
Embedded system
Emulators
Enumerated type
Ethernet
Event-driven programming
Exclusive or
Executable
Execution (computers)
Execution (computing)
Exploit (computer security)
Extensible Markup Language
File format
File manager
Firmware
Flash memory
Floating point
FLOPS
Free software
Free Software Foundation
Functional programming
Functional specification
Gaming console
Garbage collection (computer science)
Generic programming
Glossary of computers
Graphical user interface
Graphical user interface builder
Graphics processing unit
Halting problem
Hang (computing)
Hard disk drive
Hello, world
Hexadecimal
High-level language
High-level programming language
History of computer science
History of computing hardware
History of programming languages
HTML
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
If and only if
Imperative programming
Implementation
Inductor
Information
Input/output
Instruction (computer science)
Instruction set
Integer
Integrated circuit
Integrated development environment
Internet
Internet Protocol Suite
Interpreted language
Interpreter
Interpreter (computing)
Java (programming language)
Javadoc
JavaScript
JPEG
Just-in-time compilation
Lambda calculus
Language Integrated Query
Library (computing)
Linker (computing)
Linux
Literate programming
Logic
Logic gate
Logic gates
Logical conjunction
Logical disjunction
Low-level programming language
Mac OS
Mac OS X
Machine
Machine code
Machine learning
Managed code
Matrix (mathematics)
Memory leak
Microcontroller
Microprocessor
Microsoft Community Promise
Microsoft Visual Studio
Microsoft Windows
Minimum capability
MIPS architecture
MIT license
Mono (software)
Motherboard
Moving Picture Experts Group
Mozilla Foundation
Multi-core
Multi-paradigm programming language
Multiple inheritance
Multiprocessing
Mutator method
Negation
Neurons
Nibble
Nominative type system
Nullable type
Object file
Object-oriented programming
Octet (computing)
Opcode
Open source software
OpenAL
OpenGL
Operating system
Optical disc drive
Outline of computer programming
Paradigms
Parsing
Performance analysis
Peripheral
Personal computer
PHP
Portable Network Graphics
Power supply unit (computer)
Primitive types
Processor register
Program
Programmer
Programming language
Programming languages
Programming paradigm
Programming style
Programming tool
Property (programming)
Protocol (computing)
Python (programming language)
Quantum computing
Radix
RAM machines
Random-access memory
Read-only memory
Real number
Reflection (computer science)
Requirement
Reserved word
Resistor
Return value
Scope (programming)
Scripting language
Server (computing)
Shared source
Shared Source Common Language Infrastructure
SharpDevelop
Software
Software architecture
Software bug
Software deployment
Software design
Software development process
Software engineering
Software testing
Solid-state drive
Source code
Source code editor
Square root
Stack-based memory allocation
Standard Template Library
Strongly typed programming language
Subroutine
Superscalar
Syntactic sugar
System software
Template (programming)
Text editor
Text editors
Transistor
Trigonometry
Troubleshooting
Truth value
Turing machine
Type conversion
Type safety
Type system
Variable shadowing
Video game
Video game console
Video game console emulator
Virtual machine
Virtual machines
Visual Basic
Web browser
Windows Communication Foundation
Windows Presentation Foundation
Windows Workflow Foundation
Wire
Word (computer architecture)
Word processor
World Wide Web
X86 assembly language
XML