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A '''buffer''' is memory that temporarily holds data. Buffers are used to offset differences between the operating speeds of different devices, such as a [[printer]] and a [[computer]].
 
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A '''buffer''' is [[memory]] that temporarily holds [[data]]. Buffers are used to offset differences between the operating speeds of different devices, such as a [[printer]] and a [[computer]].
   
 
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A buffer is memory that temporarily holds data. Buffers are used to offset differences between the operating speeds of different devices, such as a printer and a computer.