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 n.— «Computeracy is not a new word these days; I hope all of you know this word. It is a combination of “computer” and “literacy” and it means “being literate in computer” i.e. how to read and write with a computer.» —“Computeracy for teachers and learners” by M.N.K. Bose Yemen Times Oct. 17, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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