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Definition of "computers" []

  • A device, usually electronic, that processes data according to a set of instructions. The digital computer stores data in discrete units and performs arithmetical and logical operations at very high speed. The analog computer has no memory and is slower than the digital computer but has a continuous rather than a discrete input. The hybrid computer combines some of the advantages of digital and analog computers (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A person who computes or calculates (noun)
  • Plural form of computer. (noun)

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Use "computers" in a sentence
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  • "# get list of computers on hamachi network my @computers = split (/\n/, $results);"
  • "I think the term computers got inherited and copied onto the workgroup, to have the same word all over everything related to computers."