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May 31st, 2016, 11:22 PM   #11
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RAM is used to store temporary data (and code)
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May 31st, 2016, 11:54 PM   #12
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From where these temporally data generate like we do mov a,b addition subtraction
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June 1st, 2016, 01:42 AM   #13
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One example of temporary data would be a Sine lookup table, you can pre-compute a table which is stored in RAM, this is much faster than calculating the value every time you need it. It is limited to only the values in the table, obviously. If you only need to be accurate to 1 or 0.1 degrees, a table is a cheap method of speeding up your code.

Another example would be a text editor, the text is stored in RAM so that each character can be accessed quickly by the editor.
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Ok, I have used 8085 microprocessor SBC with SDO serial data output.

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Hello,
IF ROM is used for storing BIOS code, the program we store is in harddisk?
how processor read it and display I mean software also store.

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Programs can be stored in ROM or harddisk (BIOS code is just software).

In simple terms, the operating system copies the executable from disk to RAM, then runs it from there.
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How to know size of ROM in computer?
and how it look how to identified?
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June 13th, 2016, 11:24 PM   #18
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You google the part numbers of the ICs on the board until you find one that's an EEPROM. Start with the smaller ones....
This will identify it and tell you the size.
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which temperature sensor used in pc
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what does formatting computer mean?
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