key-to-disk machine

key-to-disk machine

An early stand-alone data entry machine that stored data on magnetic disk for computer entry. The key-to-disk machine was the successor to the key-to-tape machine, which was the first major breakthrough in data entry since the punch card. See key-to-tape machine.
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