Definition of Keystrokes

1. Noun. (plural of keystroke) ¹



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Definition of Keystrokes

1. keystroke [v] - See also: keystroke

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Keystrokes

keyspace
keyspaces
keyster
keysters
keystone
keystone corner
keystone pricing
keystone species
keystoned
keystoneite
keystones
keystream
keystreams
keystroke
keystroked
keystrokes (current term)
keystroking
keytar
keytarist
keytarists
keytars
keyway
keyway attachment
keyways
keyword
keyworded
keywording
keywords
kezboard
kezboards

Literary usage of Keystrokes

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1. Altova Xmlspy 2005 User & Reference Manual by Altova (2005)
"WMF (Microsoft Windows Metafile) • EMF (Enhanced Metafile) • SVG (requires Adobe SVG Reader plugin for Internet Explorer) 6.6.6 keystrokes in Authentic View ..."

2. An Introduction to Computer Security: The Nist Handbook by Barbara Guttman (1996)
"Some forms of routine system maintenance may record user keystrokes. This could constitute keystroke monitoring if the keystrokes are preserved ..."

3. The Network Revolution: Confessions of a Computer Scientist by Jacques Vallee (1982)
"Even on the most expeditious network (INFONET), I found that it took 29 keystrokes to do nothing. How would you like to dial 29 digits every time you wanted ..."

4. Kickstart Initiative: Connecting America's Communities to the Information by Delano E. Lewis (1997)
"With a few keystrokes they access illustrations of how artists have depicted Lady Macbeth ... A few more keystrokes take them to various essays on the play. ..."

5. Microcomputer Security by David J. Stang (1991)
"(Remember: an equation of 100 keystrokes, when copied to a table of 80 columns and 100 rows, has just given you 800000 keystrokes to evaluate). ..."

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