Magic - Computing

Computing

  • Gibson MaGIC a network audio protocol
  • Magic (programming), an informal term for the use of code that handles complex tasks while hiding that complexity to present a simple interface
  • Magic number (programming), a number at a special position of a file that identifies its file type
  • Magic quotes, a PHP feature
  • Magic, a programming language developed by MEDITECH
  • Magic (software), a layout tool
  • Magic Software Enterprises, a software company
  • MagiC, a commercial operating system for the Atari ST range of computers
  • MAJC, a microprocessor design
  • Multi Autonomous Ground-robotic International Challenge, a robotics competition

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