Term: I/O [Input/Output]

I/O is an acronym for Input/Output.

I/O refers to the information being read (input) or the information being written (output) by a program or computer. Typically, I/O refers to disk or network reads and writes, but it can actually be applied to any transfer of information, regardless of how it’s performed.

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