Programmed Input-Output (PIO)

Technology / Computers / Programmed Input-Output (PIO): A method of data transfer in which the host microprocessor transfers data to and from memory via the computer's I/O ports. PIO enables very fast data transfer rates, especially in single-tasking operating systems like DOS.

Programmed Input-Output (PIO)

Technology / Computers / Programmed Input-Output (PIO): A method of data transfer in which the host microprocessor transfers data to and from memory via the computer's I/O ports. PIO enables very fast data transfer rates, especially in single-tasking opera MORE

Input-Output Tables

Business / Finance / Input-Output Tables: Used in the context of general equities. (1) An order or market in a specific security within the inside market; 2) any announcement (earnings) that adheres closely to Wall Street analysts' expectatio MORE

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