Paper Tape

  • (noun): A long narrow strip of paper.

Some articles on tape, paper, paper tape:

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... or to provide meta-information about data streams such as those stored on magnetic tape. 10 represents the "line feed" function (which causes a printer to advance its paper), and character 8 represents "backspace" ... was the Teletype Model 33 ASR, which was a printing terminal with an available paper tape reader/punch option ...
... The Instructograph was a paper tape-based machine used for the study of Morse code ... The paper tape mechanism consisted of two reels which passed a paper tape across a reading device that actuated a set of contacts which changed state dependent on ...
English Electric KDF8 - Instruction Set
... An instruction to read data from the on-line paper-tape reader to locations starting at store location (octal) 200000 would look like Where 14 was the operation code for this type of ... error, and it was a large data block intended for mag tape...) The last four octal characters (0000) were not required in this instruction, and would be ignored when the instruction was ... So data such as names and addresses could be punched onto paper tape for data input as (for example) Various instructions could operate directly on this ...
Plan 55-A
... by "receiving consoles", each consisting of a paper tape punch feeding tape into a paper tape reader via a storage bin ... receiving console to the sending console, character by character, punching a second paper tape at the sending console ... Each sending console, like each receiving console, consisted of a paper tape punch and reader ...
Manchester Mark 1 - Programming
... completed in October 1949, benefitted from the addition of a teleprinter with a 5-hole paper-tape reader and punch ... code, which allowed programs and data to be written to and read from paper tape. 10110 ... would be represented on paper tape as ZDSLZWRF ...

Famous quotes containing the words tape and/or paper:

    I could buy one
    Tape and get another free. I accept- Ed the deal, paid for one tape and
    Chose a free one. But since I’ve been
    Repeatedly billed for my free tape.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    The world is a funny paper read backwards. And that way it isn’t so funny.
    Tennessee Williams (1914–1983)