memory that allows new programs to be entered because some simple preliminary instructions or information are already built in.
a short program, usually held in nonvolatile memory, whose function is to load another longer program.
“Spring Forward, Fall Back” And Other Memory Tricks You’ve Probably ForgottenMnemonics (named after the Greek goddess of memory) are tricky little linguistic devices used to remember something ... and great mnemonics never go out of fashion. Let's take a look at a few.
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