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Accounting Information Systems

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ISBN: 9781337619202
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Accounting Information Systems

10th Edition
Hall + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning,
ISBN: 9781337619202

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Chapter 3, Problem 4MCQ
Textbook Problem

How are transactions in real-time processing systems edited?

  1. a. In a separate computer run
  2. b. In online mode as transactions are entered
  3. c. During a backup procedure
  4. d. Not edited due to time constraints
  5. e. Editing transactions in real-time is not necessary

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