Hardcopyہارڈ کاپی

Hardcopy refers to a physical copy of a document, such as a book, report, or article, that has been printed on paper. It is the opposite of a digital copy, which exists in electronic form and can be accessed and read on a computer or other electronic device. Hardcopy documents are often used as a permanent record or reference and can be stored and accessed physically, as opposed to digitally, where they may be more prone to being lost or deleted. Hardcopy documents are also sometimes referred to as “paper copies” or “printed copies.”

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Desk copy

A desk copy is a complimentary copy of a textbook or other publication that is provided to a professor or instructor for review and consideration for adoption as a course textbook. Publishers often provide desk copies to professors and instructors who are considering using a particular book in their courses, so that they can evaluate the book’s content and decide whether it is a good fit for their course. Desk copies are typically provided to professors and instructors free of charge, although some publishers may require instructors to pay for shipping or handling fees. If an instructor decides to adopt a book for a course, they may request additional copies of the book for their students to purchase.

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