LTE (Long Term Evolution)

LTE is a 4G telecommunications standard used to transfer data through cellular networks. It supports data transfer rates up to 100 Mbps downstream and 50 Mbps upstream. The full form of LTE is “Long Term Evolution.” While these terms “4G” and “LTE” are used according to synonyms, LTE is a subset of 4G technologies. Other … Read more


Lossy file compression causes a significant loss in data and quality compared to the original version. Lossy compression is typically associated with image files, such as JPEGs, but they are also used for audio files such as MP3s or AAC files. The “looseness” of an image file is revealed by looking at its jagged edges … Read more


Long is a type of data type used in programming languages ​​such as Java, C ++, and C #. A constant or variable defined as long stores a single 64-bit signed integer. What then makes a 64-bit signed integer? It helps to divide each word into parts from right to left. An integer is a … Read more

Logic Error

A logic error (or logical error) is a mistake in the source code of a program that results in a mistake or unexpected behaviour. This type of runtime error produces the wrong output, or it can also cause a program crash when it is running. Many different types of programming mistakes can lead to logic … Read more


“Localhost” refers to the local computer in which a program is running. For example, if you are running a web browser on your computer, then in such a situation, your computer will be considered a “localhost.” By the way, there is no need to specify it when you are using a single computer, whereas localhost … Read more


LISTSERV is a mailing list program that used to be very popular in the initial phase of the Internet. Eric Thomas developed it in 1985, but it was not released very widely until he made many changes. At the same time, it has been made very efficient to distribute the message. Then later, the “Revised LISTSERV” program … Read more

LIFO (Last In First Out)

LIFO is a method of processing data in which the last items that are entered are also extracted first. LIFO’s full form is “Last In, First Out.” The reverse of LIFO is FIFO (First In, First Out); items are also removed according to which they have been entered accordingly. To understand LIFO better, think of having a … Read more


A left-click is called clicking the left mouse button of the mouse. If seen, “left-clicking” only means that when you click the left mouse button, which is, by default, also the primary button. This term “left-click” is often used in contrast to “right-click”, which means to click the secondary button of the mouse, which is on the … Read more


A leaf is a file within a directory in your hard drive. Do you know the similarity between a computer’s hard disk and a tree? Even though the hard disk does not look like a tree from the outside, it is organized similarly from the inside. Directories of Files and Folders are organized in a … Read more


Lead (pronounced “leed”) is a marketing term described based on a connection made with a potential customer or client. The main goal of most online advertising is to generate leads, which can later generate sales or subscriptions for a company or organization. The process of generating leads is called online lead generation on the Internet. … Read more