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bušena kartica

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Kartica (polukarton) specijalnog kvaliteta i hemijski posebno obrađena kao izolator struje u koju se bušenjem unose podaci za mehanografsku ili automatsku računsku obradu; podaci se unose bušenjem rupica u kolone i rubrike; raspored podataka po kolonama i rubrikama programira se i fiksira čvrsto za svaku konkretnu obradu.
Staromodan, nezgrapan način obrade podataka koji je koristio ogromne količine kartica za prenošenje informacija. Računar je tumačio raspored rupica na kartici - ili svetlsot koja je prolazila kroz rupice - i pretvarala ga u elektronske signale.

1. punch card

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A card in which holes are punched in designated positions to represent data — called also Hollerith card, punched card.

2. punched card

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Sinonimi: punch card | Hollerith card

An outdated computer-input medium made of stiff paper that stores data bits in columns containing patterns of punched holes. The method for creating the patterns used for different byte values is called Hollerith coding. See also Hollerith tabulating/recording machine.
A card on which data can be recorded in the form of punched holes; SYN. punch card, Hollerith card.
In computing, an early form of data storage and input, now almost obsolete. The 80-column card widely used in the 1960s and 1970s was a thin card, measuring 190 mm x 84 mm/7.5 in x 3.33 in, holding up to 80 characters of data encoded as small rectangular holes.
The punched card was invented by French textile manufacturer Joseph-Marie Jacquard (1752–1834) about 1801 to control weaving looms. The first data-processing machine using punched cards was developed by US inventor Herman Hollerith in the 1880s for the US census.

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