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KB

abbreviation for King's Bench.
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A script will convert the size of the file into kilobytes, to determine the price users have to pay.
Figure 1 shows the relative speeds of the AT, an IBM PS/2 model 80, and the IBM3081K for a sequential write, and also shows the proportion of time spent executing CPU instructions to accomplish the COBOL write which is done on a sequential file with a block size of one kilobyte. The times were deduced from an experiment that wrote 10,000 such records, and the CPU time on the two micros is calculated from the write times to a RAM disk.
It's an online competition to find the best webpages under five kilobytes - that means they take up less space on a server than a single logo on a standard site.
CD-audio-quality recording, the standard these days, takes 85.94 kilobytes for each second in mono and twice that for stereo.
Thus we use the term kilobyte" when referring to one thousand bytes, even though it isn't really one thousand.
"Our customers today use iChip and a Nokia 30 GPRS terminal to send live, high-resolution 30 kilobyte images from their trucks to the control room.
The first organiser was a flat, calculator-like device with an alphabetic keyboard, a liquid crystal display that could only display one line of text, and one kilobyte of memory.
The KVS report found that attachments vary from 1 kilobyte to several megabytes.
Using their high speed Russian-based X.25 network and 64 kilobyte leased line to the West, Sovam Teleport will now have the advantage of handling unlimited types of Internet traffic without requiring its users to route commercial traffic differently from non-commercial traffic.
A sample 65 page (142 kilobyte) file was used during this review.