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PC

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, which separated into several territories and independent countries. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in the trust territory.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. This was used as an international standard for shipping to the trust territory.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.

PC

see PERSONAL COMPUTER.
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Twenty-two percent of the responding libraries report having an IBM or IBM-compatible PC connected to a communications device.
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The drive can be controlled by the standard cover-mounted digital operator station, remote analog/digital operator devices, or by an IBM-compatible PC through the on-board RS-232 interface.
(It can also be used for other two-component systems, such as robotic adhesive/sealant dispensing and electrical potting/encapsulation.) It contains an industrially hardened IBM-compatible PC in a caster-mounted console together with a standard keyboard, sealed membrane function keypad, 40-MB hard-disk drive, 3 1/2-in.
In addition, Buhl is offering separately the software for the IQ station to run on an IBM-compatible PC.
The DAC is linked to an IBM-compatible PC that stores job histories and parameters and generates reports.
Manual control or fully automated tests can be run on any IBM-compatible PC, and all displays are in engineering units.
The CD, which operates on IBM-compatible PCs, is aimed at amateur gardeners and allotment holders.
Gate to Gate, which can be used on most Macintosh and IBM-compatible PCs, includes separate learning modules on the phases of a flight, including pre-flight, takeoff, departure, en route, descent, approach and landing to explain how the air traffic control system works.
Guideline runs on IBM-compatible PCs on Microsoft Windows software and Windows NT.