# Computer Abbreviations - Part 1

Here is the Complete list of the Computer Abbreviations List. There are very useful in almost all competitive exams which are having computer knowledge section (espicially bank clerical exams). As the list is little lengthy we've divided the list into two parts. Check the link of the Part 2 after completion of reading this Part 1. Hope you will like this post. Happy Reading :)

Q:How many such pairs of letters are there in the word TERMINATE each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet ?

1. Well, there is a simple and kiddish technique to solve these type of problems.

1st put your pen/pencil on the first letter (in our case T), start saying alphabets from T and simultaneously move your pencil one step further. If you do so, your pencil's position would be on A while you utter the letter Z. No matches found.
So next start with the letter E. You will end with the pencil pointing on E and uttering the letter L.
next letter R and so on...
*If the letter your pencil points to and the letter you utter are same, then just mark that letter. *
Apply same process to the backward letters too....
start with E and point backwards (E, T, A, N, I....) by saying the alphabets...
see here E f g h I (match found) so mark I...

finally cont all the marked words. that will be your required word.. hope it helps :)

2. Hi,

I used to write the position of the letter on top of it as per the alphabetical order, but your method seems to be very simple and better also.

And I thank you for maintaining such a wonderful site for bank competitive exams.

- Idhayan

2. Mam please explain clearly.. I didnt understood the above example

1. Ok friend. May be you are getting confused. I will try to upload a post on this with detailed explanation including images.

Good Day

3. Good work, really appreciable :)

4. Its not EDCDIC.The correct one is EBCDIC.............
Thank you .............gr8 effort...........

5. BLOG - weblog
BLOB-Binary Logic Object

6. ARD and ARP full Form Both are same .
It Should be "Application Requirements Document" for ARD