a separate section on some computer keyboards, grouping together numeric and those for mathematical or other special functions in an arrangement like that of a calculator.
a panel similarly and used in conjunction with a television set, electronic banking machine, or other electronic device.
a small keyboard with push buttons, as on a pocket calculator, remote control unit for a television, etc
(computing) a data input device consisting of a limited number of keys, each with nominated functions
1975, from key (n.1) + pad (n.).
An input device with a small array of push buttons labeled with numbers or other symbols, designed to allow rapid entry of characters from a small set, e.g. decimal digits 0-9 or, historically, hexadecimal digits.
The most common form of keypad is the numeric keypad found on a standard PC keyboard.
noun, Printing. 1. (in color printing) the plate providing the greatest definition of detail, usually the black plate, on which the other plates are registered.
[kee-puhnch] /ˈkiˌpʌntʃ/ noun 1. Also, key punch. Also called card punch. a machine, operated by a keyboard, for coding information by holes in cards or paper tape in specified patterns. verb (used with object) 2. to holes in (a or paper tape), using a keypunch. 3. to insert (data) into a computer by means of […]
noun 1. a ring, usually of metal, for holding keys.
- Keyring drive
noun 1. (computing) another name for pocket drive