Batch Processing



Batch Processing

Processing a group of documents or files all at once. In batch processing, the user gives the computer a job and waits for the job to complete. For example, printing letters to everyone on a mailing list. During the batch job, the user does not interact with the computer. In interactive processing, the user communicates with the computer while the program is running, perhaps giving instructions for each item.

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