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soft copy

[′sȯft ′käp·ē]
(computer science)
Information that is displayed on a screen, given by voice, or stored in a form that cannot be read directly by a person, as on magnetic tape, disk, or microfilm.

soft copy

Data displayed on screen. Contrast with hard copy. See virtual copy.
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The opposition coalition primarily focuses on correcting the voter register, getting a soft copy of it and approving the proportional list before reshuffling SCER.
The agreement also includes digital upgrades built around the Hologic detector and Hologic's Inverse Topography software, which allows radiologists to look at both soft tissue and bone detail in the same hard or soft copy image.
as per present site condition by establishing control stations by establishing temporary bench mark from permanent bench mark, marking revised parking area of the road by nails, carrying out detailed leveling, plotting revised Pay & Park Area on drawings by Auto Cad to the scale of 1:500 and supplying 2 hard copies and 1 soft copy in CD form etc.
php, along with a soft copy of our news release, for a period of 12 months following the webcast.
During the course of the meeting, Secretary Statistics Division told soft copy of data pertaining to voters of 60 districts is available with department while remaining 40 percent is in hard copy.
It incorporates dual, high-brightness 5-megapixel flat panel monitors for soft copy diagnosis with an optional third, 20-inch color LCD monitor for productivity applications and viewing of color images.
The material should be sent by soft copy, to be followed by a hard copy of each to: Prof.
The report is available as single-site single-user license and is available for immediate delivery for soft copy and 3 business days for hard copy, as each hard copy is custom printed for the client.
These may be submitted as one soft copy and one hard copy or alternately as 4 hard copies of the required items.