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double density[′dəb·əl ′den·səd·ē]
Property of a computer storage medium that holds twice as much data per unit of storage space as the standard; applied particularly to floppy disks.
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double densityTwice the capacity of the prior format. Yesterday's double density can be today's low density (see DD).
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