Card punch

Card punch
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  • card punch — noun Etymology: card (III) : a machine or hand tool that punches coded information onto cards compare punch card * * * card punch, a mechanism which transfers data by means of a punched code, to be read by a computer: »Card punch puts the payroll …   Useful english dictionary

  • card punch — noun A machine that punches holes in a punch card …   Wiktionary

  • card punch — /ˈkad pʌntʃ/ (say kahd punch) noun → key punch …  

  • card punch. — See key punch (def. 1). * * * …   Universalium

  • card punch. — See key punch (def. 1) …   Useful english dictionary

  • punch card — perfokorta statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. card; punch card; punched card vok. Lochkarte, f rus. перфокарта, f; перфорационная карта, f pranc. carte perforée, f …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • card — perfokorta statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. card; punch card; punched card vok. Lochkarte, f rus. перфокарта, f; перфорационная карта, f pranc. carte perforée, f …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • punch-card — punchˈ card or punched card noun A card with perforations representing data, formerly used in the operation of computers • • • Main Entry: ↑punch …   Useful english dictionary

  • Card marking — is the process of altering playing cards such that the suit, rank or both are only apparent to the person marking the cards (or potentially another conspirator), usually for the purpose of cheating at cards by card sharps. To be effective, the… …   Wikipedia

  • card — card1 [kärd] n. [ME carde < OFr carte < ML carta, card, paper < L charta, leaf of paper, tablet < Gr chartēs, layer of papyrus; prob. < Egypt] 1. a flat, stiff piece of thick paper or thin pasteboard, usually rectangular, as a) any …   English World dictionary

  • punch card — punch′ card n. cmp a rectangular card on which data is stored in the form of a pattern of small holes • Etymology: 1940–45 …   From formal English to slang

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