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Jargon Buster


  1. Java



    A programming language used to create some software and internet tools.


  2. Javascript



    A simplified version of the Java programming language used on many websites.


  3. Joystick



    A stick-like video game controller.


  4. JPEG



    Joint Photographic Experts Group. A common type of image file created by most digital cameras. Some image quality is lost with each save.


  5. Jumper



    A connection found inside some PCs and used to change settings by connecting two metal pins with a small link.


  6. Justified



    Text set so it lines up neatly down both sides of the column.

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