Random access memory (RAM): Memory that provides temporary storage 4 for data and program instructions.
Read-only memory (ROM): Memory containing data and programs that can be read but not altered. Data remains in ROM after the power is turned off.
Register: A temporary storage area for instructions or data.
Resolution: The clarity of a video display screen or printer output.
Reserved Word: In a Programming language. a data name not available to the user because is has some specific significance to the computer.
Resolution: The number of individually addressable and variable picture elements available in a graphics display.
Run: The performance of one program or routine.