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(1) A hardware circuit connecting two devices.

(2) In programming, a single program statement.

(3) In caches, a single data entry. A cache line can contain data from one or more addresses. Modern PC motherboards, for example, generally have an L2 cachewhere each line is 32 bytes wide.










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