Wikipedia:Free On-line Dictionary of Computing/symbols - B

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symbols - B -- C - D -- E - H -- I - K -- L - N -- O - Q -- R - S -- T - W -- X - Z -- FOLDOC Status Page

! -- DONE renamed to exclamation mark
" -- DONE renamed to double quote
% -- DONE renamed to percent
, -- DONE renamed to comma
0 -- DONE renamed to zero
0/1 knapsack problem -- DONE
100BaseFX -- DONE
100BaseT -- DONE
100BaseTX -- DONE
100BaseVG -- DONE
100VG-AnyLAN -- DONE (redirected to 100BaseVG)
10base2 -- DONE
10base5 -- DONE
10baseT -- DONE
120 reset -- DONE
1-2-3 -- DONE (renamed Lotus 1-2-3)
1394 -- DONE (renamed Firewire)
1541 -- DONE (renamed Commodore 1541)
1581 -- DONE (renamed Commodore 1581)
16550 -- DONE (renamed 16550 UART)
16 bit -- DONE
16-bit application -- DONE
1802 -- DONE (renamed CDP1802) -- REDONE (merged into RCA 1802)
1NF -- DONE (renamed database normalization)
1TBS -- DONE (renamed to One True Brace Style)
1.TR.6 -- DONE
2 -- DONE renamed to Number 2
20-GATE -- DONE (probably should be 20-Gate programming language, but I'm not sure)
2780 -- DONE (renamed Binary Synchronous Transmission)
2B1D -- DONE (renamed to Basic Rate Interface)
2B1Q -- DONE (renamed to two-binary, one-quaternary)
2B+D -- DONE (renamed to Basic Rate Interface)
2NF -- DONE (renamed database normalization)
2.PAK -- DONE
320xx -- DONE (renamed 320xx microprocessor)
3270 -- DONE (renamed IBM 3270)
32-bit application -- DONE
3780 -- DONE (renamed Binary Synchronous Transmission)
386 -- DONE renamed to (Intel 80386)
386BSD -- DONE (integrated with our article)
386SPART.PAR -- DONE'
3Com Corporation -- DONE
3DO -- DONE
3GL -- DONE (renamed Third generation language)
3NF -- DONE (renamed database normalization)
3Station -- DONE
3-tier -- DONE renamed to 3-tier (computing)
404 -- DONE (renamed 404 error)
4.2BSD -- DONE renamed to Berkeley Software Distribution
431A -- DONE
4510 -- DONE
473L Query -- DONE (renamed 473L Query programming language)
486 -- DONE (renamed Intel 80486)
486SX -- DONE (renamed Intel 80486SX
4GL -- DONE (renamed fourth generation language)
4NF -- DONE (renamed database normalization)
51forth -- DONE (renamed 51forth programming language)
56 kbps -- DONE
56k line -- DONE
586 -- NO IMPORT: "What the Pentium was not called" isn't exactly an article. ;-)
5ESS Switch -- DONE
5NF -- DONE (renamed database normalization)
5th Glove -- DONE
6.001 -- DONE renamed to 6.001 (MIT)
610 -- DONE
6309 -- DONE (renamed Hitachi 6309)
64 bit -- DONE
6501 -- DONE (renamed MOS Technologies 6501)
6502 -- DONE (renamed MOS Technologies 6502)
650x -- DONE (renamed MOS Technologies 650x)
6510 -- DONE (renamed MOS Technologies 6510)
65816 -- DONE (renamed MOS Technologies 65816)
6800 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 6800)
68000 -- DONE renamed to Motorola 68000
68020 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 68020)
68030 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 68030)
68040 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 68040)
68050 -- DONE
68060 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 68060)
6809 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 6809)
680x0 -- DONE renamed to Motorola 680x0
686 -- DONE (see other meanings links)
68HC11 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 68HC11)
68LC040 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 68LC040)
6x86 -- DONE (renamed Cyrix 6x86
754 -- DONE (renamed IEEE Floating Point Standard
80186 -- DONE (renamed Intel 80186)
80188 -- DONE (renamed Intel 80188)
802.2 -- DONE (renamed IEEE 802.2
802.3 -- DONE (renamed IEEE 802.3
80286 -- NO IMPORT (already exists)
8031 -- DONE (renamed Intel 8051)
80386 -- NO IMPORT (already exists)
8048 -- DONE (renamed Intel 8048)
80486 -- NO IMPORT (already exists)
8051 -- DONE (renamed Intel 8051)
8052 -- DONE (renamed Intel 8051)
8080 -- DONE (renamed Intel 8080)
8086 -- DONE (renamed Intel 8086)
8088 -- NO IMPORT (already exists)
80x86 -- DONE (renamed Intel 80x86)
822 -- DONE (renamed RFC 822)
82430FX -- DONE (renamed Triton II)
82430HX -- DONE (renamed Triton II)
82430MX -- DONE (renamed Mobile Triton)
82430VX -- DONE (renamed Triton VX)
8.3 -- DONE (renamed 8.3 (computing))
8514 -- DONE (renamed 8514 (display standard))
8514-A -- DONE (renamed 8514 (display standard))
88000 -- DONE (renamed Motorola 88000)
88open -- DONE
8-bit clean -- DONE
8N1 -- DONE
8 queens problem -- NO IMPORT (already exists)
8 queens puzzle -- NO IMPORT (already exists)
8x86 -- DONE (renamed Intel 80x86)
90-90 Rule -- DONE (renamed Ninety-Ninety Rule)
9PAC -- DONE

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