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Software Terms GlossaryK

KB. kilobyte.


KLOC. one thousand lines of code.


Kermit. An asynchronous file transfer protocol developed at Columbia University, noted for its accuracy over noisy lines. Several versions exist. Contrast with Xmodem, Ymodem, Zmodem.


key. One or more characters, usually within a set of data, that contains information about the set, including its identification.


key element. (QA) An individual step in an critical control point of the manufacturing process.


kilobyte. Approximately one thousand bytes. This symbol is used to describe the size of computer memory or disk storage space. Because computers use a binary number system, a kilobyte is precisely 210 or 1024 bytes.




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