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(PREP) PRogrammed Electronics Patterns. Language for designing integrated circuits. ["Computer Assisted Mask Production", R.L. Rosenfeld, Proc IEEE 57(9) Sep 1969].
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PReP

(PowerPC REference Platform) A common specification for PowerPCs from IBM and Apple that allowed them to run a variety of operating systems. PReP was superseded by CHRP. See CHRP.
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