Dump

In hot-metal composition, a table on which lead type may be assembled and corrected.

[(memory dump) (core dump) (memory printout) The process of transferring the contents of a computer memory or a database to an output device.

A table where lead type may be assembled and corrected in hot metal composition.

To display, print or store the contents of the computer's memory.

To transfer all information from a record to another storage medium; e.g., copying from emeory to a printer.]

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