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Introduction of Macro in System Software
A macro is a unit of specification of program generation through expansion. A macro consists of a name set of formal parameters and a body of code. A macro name is an abbreviation which stands for some related lines of code. Macro is useful for the following purpose. To simply and reduce the...
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Difference between Information security and cybersecurity.
  Hey, All my crazy friends who want to learn cybersecurity. I’ve also some information on this topic Difference between Information security and Cybersecurity. The reason I’ve selected this topic today Because as it says, this is one of the most popular topics in the Market. I've been there since people keep his information secure...
macroprocessor
The macro processor is system software. It is actually a program which is a part of the assembler program. The macro processor is designed in passes. In the design of the macro processor. There are two important functions to be considered. They are given below. Saving the micro definition. Expanding the microcells. These functions are done...
Assembly Language
Overview of Assembly Language An assembly language is any low-level language in which there is the very correspondence between the program’s statements and the architecture machine code instruction. Each assembly language is specific to particular computer architecture and some time to on the operating system. Advantage of assembly language:-  It is easier to correct errors and...
Assembler
Introduction Of assembler Hey, Today is amazing Days for us. I am going to written a blog on the topic Introduction of Assembler. It is the in the System software syllabus. So let’s start... An Assembler is system software which accepts assembly language program as input and produces its equivalent machine language program as an output along with information for the...
Language Process Activities
Language process Activities Language process activities are broadly divided into two points:- Analysis of source program Synthesis of the target program Language Process activities= Analysis of source program + Synthesis of the target program A specification source language form, The basis of source program analysis. The specification consists of three components. 1. Lexical Analysis(Scanning):- Lexical Rules govern the formation of the valid token in...
Overview of IPR (Intellectual Property rights)
Overview of IPR (Intellectual Property rights) IPR (Intellectual property rights) are the legal right that protects the right given to the person who is the owner or inventor of the product and have to create using his intelligence or creativity. The creator of the product gets the exclusive right to use the product for the business. Other people can’t copy their...
Introduction to Globalisation
Introduction to Globalization Globalization is defined as the process of worldwide integration of manufacturing, economics, financial, cultural, and communicational system. Globalization is the process which allows all the countries of the world to their business to provide services among them. Advantages of Globalisation with the right of India. Globalization has laid too improvement in GDP(Gross Domestic Product) in India. Due to...
Industrial Sectors Introduction to
Introduction to Industrial Sectors as Introduction to Industrial sectors can be defined as the group of individual business sector which produce different types of products for the customer, Which included agriculture, construction, fishers, forests, and manufacturing. Industrial sectors can be divided into different types on the types of raw materials used in their products. The most common type of industrial sectors...
Types of Organisation
Types of Organisation On the basis of structure the organization may be of four following types:- Line organization Functional organization Line and staff organization Project organization 1. Line organization:- It is also called Scalar organization. It has the chain of authorities one above the another. It has the typical vertical structure. It is the simplest and oldest form of organization. Advantages of Line Organisation:- ...

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