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Links In the world of computers, there are many different links that can help you out in many ways. Links make it easy to navigate your way to various areas of the Internet with just the click of a button. There are many different kinds of links. Here are some: * Reciprocal Link – A two-way link that directs users to and from websites. These are also known as link swaps, link exchanges, and link partners. * Hyperlink – A reference in a hypertext document to another document or resource. * Hard Link – A reference or pointer to physical data on a storage volume such as a disk or CD-ROM. * Symbolic Link – A special type of file that serves as a reference to another file. * Data Link – The means of connecting one location to another for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data. * Linker – A program that takes one or more objects generated by compilers and assembles them into a single executable program. * Link + - A networked online catalog of submitted information that is free to use. Links make using a computer much easier. It also makes navigating the Internet easier as well. When you visit a web page, they often will provide you with links that will take you to another web page. This is an advantage for both of the pages as it is usually two-way meaning that web page 1 links to web page 2 and web page 2 links to web page 1 which increases traffic to both sites. Businesses often use links to help promote not only their products but those of their cooperating partners as well. It’s a win-win situation for both companies as they can work cooperatively with each other to help move product and increase sales. When you are using a link, the programmer has embedded the code for the link directly into the program. You don’t have to type in a URL address manually; it’s located “behind” the link. That means all you have to do is hover your cursor over the link, click once, and be taken directly to the web site. In documents, people often include links to direct the user to additional information. For example, a student may want to insert a link into a term paper so that the instructor can be directed to the web site where the information was taken from. Links are easy to include in documents as most word processing programs will have a shortcut that will of automatically make the link accessible. Links are very helpful in the computer world. They provide users with much more information than they were originally looking for – all with just the click of a button!
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