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'''Magnetic tape''' is a "[l]arge volume data storage medium for computers."<ref>[[U.S. Copyright Office]], [[Compendium of Copyright Office Practices II]], §326 (1984).</ref>
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A '''magnetic tape''' is a "[l]arge volume data storage medium for computers."<ref>[[U.S. Copyright Office]], [[Compendium of Copyright Office Practices II]], §326 (1984).</ref> A magnetic tape is a sequential access process in that [[information]] is recorded in parallel tracks that run the entire length of tape. To access the [[information]], the tape must be moved forward or backward across a head.
   
 
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Revision as of 03:40, 25 December 2007

A magnetic tape is a "[l]arge volume data storage medium for computers."[1] A magnetic tape is a sequential access process in that information is recorded in parallel tracks that run the entire length of tape. To access the information, the tape must be moved forward or backward across a head.

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