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Increasing concern of height comparison in the world

Height has an important role in our lives. Whenever we visit any place or meet any new person, the foremost feature is the height which gets into the notice. Many people have an attractive height. However, these days, most people are suffering from height comparison phobia.

The average height of Asian girls lies between 5’0 to 5’5, whereas, for boys, it is 5’4 to 5’11. Having a tall height is count in your blessings as it personifies a person. Only Americans, Australians and Europeans are the ones who are left with tall height. Nowadays, many short-height people are also found on these continents.

Several medicines and treatments are available in the market to get a tall height. Yet only a few of them are successful. Rest is giving side effects to the person, creating hormonal balance diseases in an individual’s body. Because height is connected with hormones due to which it can cause severe negative effects on the hormones.

To get a good height, a child should consult a dietitian or physician in its early stage. Otherwise, it will put a stop to the growth of a child. Females are the ones who grow until puberty. But male starts growing from the puberty.

Barriers to height growth occur due to several issues, such as a change in hormones, genetics, lack of excessive, malnutrition, mensuration, etc. If these factors do not take place, a child can have a tall height.

A man can increase his height, but once a woman starts getting on mensuration, growing her height becomes the impossible challenge. As the hormones already settle down in the body due to which growth hormones stop growing. This leads to the height comparison problem.

There are several methods available due to which one can increase his/her height. Taking a proper diet in which, a full course meal loaded with required nutrients, regular exercise, etc., helps you get a taller height. Consult a doctor for increasing it righteously.

Height and weight comparison

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5 feet girl and 6 feet boy

If girl is 5 feet and boy is 6 feet it means there are 1 feet difference between both. If boy height is more then a girl, that means its look good and both are looking a perfect couple.

Height comparison cm to feet.

In this website we provide you a perfect height comparison tool. in this tool you can calculate height difference between two person. the messuring value used in this tool is feet.

Height comparison out of 100

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FAQ for Height Comparisons

We bring some most frequently asked questions by most of the people regarding height. In Asia and many other parts of the world, height comparison has become the issue among youngsters. Therefore, we are going to answer some questions.

Q.1 Height difference between couples charts.

Ans. On google, you will find various charts that show the difference in the height of the couples. There is nothing to be ashamed of if you are shorter or taller than your partner. Your height does not describe your personality.

Q.2 Height difference couples.

Ans. Once you google height comparison and its results, you come to know that you are not alone. Several other couples have height differences in their relationship, but these factors do not impact the relation.

Q.3 Celebrity height comparison.

Ans. The most interesting thing is to check the height difference of the celebrity couples. Be it Hollywood or Bollywood, countless couples have a major height comparison issue. Yet they are still dating each other or together.

Q.4 What is the ideal human height?

Ans. For women, it is 161cm, and for men, it is 175cm.

Q.5 What height is most attractive?

Ans. The most attractive height is 5’8 which can attract any person. Be it, men or women.

Q.6 What should be the height difference between husband and wife

Ans. The best height difference between husband and wife is 5 inch. it means husband is 5'9 or 5'8 and wife is 5'4 or 5'3.

Q.7 Ideal height difference between couples in India

Ans. In india Ideal height difference between couples is women, it is 161cm, and for men, it is 175cm.

Q.8 Perfect height difference between couples.

Perfect height difference between couples most attractive is the mens height is 5’8 and women height is 5'3.

other Info of technology

 Technology is a good servant but a bad master. Much of the routine work in business offices such as recording information, writing and sending messages, calculating, gathering, and analyzing data has been taken over by machines. T functions can now be performed more quickly and efficiently and the time thus saved can be used for more challenging and stimulating tasks. Traditionally, machines such as telephones, typewriters, calculators, and duplicators have been in use in offices for a long time. But now electronics has brought about a revolution in our information society. Every second, 

communication networks formed by telephones, telex printers, radio stations, and satellite links transmit millions of messages from one place to another. Under its impact, the process of mechanization has gained momentum and forward-looking organizations are moving quickly towards having a paperless office. Before we discuss the advent of electronics in offices and describe some of the latest devices of communication technology, let us briefly look at the significant changes it has brought about. (i) Manual writing or traditional typewriting has been replaced by devices capable of producing neater and more legible documents at a faster pace. (ii) Automation has reduced the incidence of error and the chances of fraud and has led to an increase in output. (iii) The boredom and fatigue caused by clerical work in handling and manipulating data have been considerably diminished. (iv) New devices of storing data have led to enormous savings in space. (v) Routine office work has become accurate, easy, convenient, and cost-effective. 

ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 

We shall now briefly describe the new machines that have made the performance of communication tasks far more effective. Of these, the most important machine to enter the office is the computer. Its uses are manifold: planning, research, accounting, and record storage. It is also a part of the technology, that through internal and external networks assists the processing of information, the handling of correspondence, and the preparation of documents such as reports, proposals, etc. To perform these tasks, a computer system can be hooked to other computers to form network systems. This network, popularly called the Internet, has become a powerful medium.


information storage and dissemination the world over, crossing every conceivable barrier created by caste, creed, religion, and geographical distance. A network designed to share data and resources among several computers, usually personal computers, located in a limited geographical area such as a building or an office is called LAN (Local-Area Network) whereas, a network of geographically distant computers and terminals is termed as WAN (Wide Area Network). The information put on WAN becomes instantaneously available to thousands of organizations and millions of individuals. At present, the Internet consists of more than 13,000 inter-connected computer networks. 

The current growth rate of 20% a month may soon make the Internet a household necessity like a telephone connection. The most exciting part of the Internet is the fast-growing region or subset known as World Wide Web (WWW). The Web consists of thousands of intricately, interlinked sites called 'home pages' set up for on-screen viewing in the form of colorful magazine-style pages with text, graphics, sound animation, and video form. To be connected to WWW, you need an automatic setup with an online service or Internet access provider, which will then give you a browser for exploring the Web. A Web browser is a software that enables you to 'browse through' and view websites. It helps locate the kind of information you are looking for and also indicates links with related segments of information. The commonly used web browsers are • Microsoft Internet Explorer • 

Netscape Navigator • NCSA Mosaic Sometimes a group of people tracks or work on a project together, generally using e-mail, networking, and database technology. For this purpose, they develop what is termed groupware or collaborative software. Later in this chapter, we have discussed in more specific terms the facilities available on the Internet and described several methods of information exchange, storage, dissemination, and reproduction. But let us first look at the main components of the computer and its basic functions. Computer A computer is an electronic machine that can work with numbers, words, or a combination of numbers and words to produce data output. It has three main parts: (a) input, (b) central processing unit (CPU), and (c) the output. 

The CPU is the main body of the computer. hod A number of input devices are available and still, new ones are constantly being developed and introduced. We will have a look at the ones most commonly used. (i) Punched card readers normally use the 80-column punched card. Cards are punched, generally, by hand and automatic keypunches. Their correctness is verified and these are then sent to the card-reader in batches where the reader senses the encoded message and inputs it into the computer's memory. (ii) Punched paper tape readers have also been in use for a long time. As in paper card reader, characters are represented on the tape by punching holes along the width of the tape. It has an additional advantage over the card reader as it is faster, simpler and cheaper. Moreover, being less bulky, it is easy to transport. More details are given later in this chapter. 

(iii) Magnetic tape encoding is a more developed and rapid form of computer input and is very panel and the data gets written on the tape. As the are simultaneously display panels, d on the display and a magnetic popular these days. This method makes use of a keyboard, board, a display P, or useless. An additional advantage is the input is when the existing data ifs directly onto the tape, ta the process, becomes tape. When the data is keyed in, the characters ar. is very fast and economical, the tapes being reusable (iv) Key-to-disc system is another significant and perhaps, the . of correcting errors y b i with back-unnecessary consists of a keyboard, the disc visual display unit (VDU), most widely used method. The system spacing, insertion, and deletion. magnetic disc and magnetic tape.

 A system can have more than one microprocessor or control VDUs. The keyed-in data keeps appearing on the VDU and no keyboard and respective After verification, the entries are transferred from the disc to the also inscribed onto the disc. (v) Optical character recognition (Scanners) reads or scans pages of. information and inputs them directly into the memory of the computer. Its biggest advantage is its speed; it can input data 25 times faster than the keyboard input. (vi) Direct transfer from computer to computer is possible internally as well as externally. 

Computers are often connected or linked with each other so as to form a network. Taking advantage of this facility, data or information can be transferred from one file to another in the same computer's memory. This enables many people in an office to share a single piece of information simultaneously without much effort or trouble. This facility speeds up the working capacity by saving time and excludes the possibility of errors in copying. Central Process*/ Unit The memory, control unit, and arithmetic unit are the three parts of the CPU. The CPU receives data and instructions into its memory from input devices; the processing is carried out in the arithmetic unit and the whole process is controlled through the control unit. 

The computer has two types of memories: one, the permanent part of the unit which controls the whole system and its functioning (which cannot be manipulated or changed by the user), and the other a temporary storage area where no data is stored permanently. It can be changed, manipulated, and altered by the user according to his requirements. The first is called ROM (Read-only memory) and the second RAM (Random access memory) works on the p notation, i.e. numbers are represented only by 1 and 0 or positive and negative respectively. 1e of b na - respectively. The memory principle Datai can be read from the memory as well as assigned to it. the instructions held in the memory, whereas the arithmetic unit carries out all arithmetic commands of the control unit. 

The control unit coordinates the functioning of the hardware as well as the software according to and logical Output Any data processed on the computer to give information is termed as the output. The output can be obtained either on the screen of the VDU or by using a printer. The images in light on the screen known as soft copy and the printer produces them as hard copies.  out on paper known VDU produces As the data is keyed in, it is displayed on the screen. The user can read the make corrections before it is stored or printed on a printer.  text line m bv line e and ery of paper is used for printing. The printers commonly available in the mark The paper copy obtained from the printer is known as a print-out. Generally, continuous station. daisy wheel printer, dot matrix printer, laser printer, and inkjet printer. et ''re: line printer, 


Word Processing 

Word processing is a modern electronic data processing technique involving the transformation of ideas into written communication quickly and accurately through the use of computer technology. The process includes creating, editing, manipulating, storing, retrieving, and printing of texts. Thus, it enables an automatic assembling of stored words and phrases to produce letters, memos, reports, proposals, and in fact, documents of any kind used in an office. 

A word processor usually has a Visual Display Unit (VDU) connected to a keyboard, a microprocessor (a small computer), a printer, and a storage device such as floppy discs, hard discs, or magnetic card packs. It is a self-contained, stand-alone system. The Central Processing Unit (CPU) of the computer controls and stores all information, which can be retrieved when required. The system can be extended in such a way that several VDUs and keyboards share both a single CPU and a printer. Given the appropriate installation, the word processor can work in conjunction with other word processors and with a central data processing computer. 

The following are some of the important functions that a word processor can perform: (i) Storage capacity being virtually limitless, it can store large volumes of texts for rapid and convenient retrieval and reuse. New texts can be formed by merging the existing texts or parts of the texts. This permits an office to use standard phrases, sentences, and paragraphs in correspondence and other documents. (ii) Alterations to the text such as editing, additions, and deletions can easily be made without recourse to complete retyping. It also has the facility for changing the typestyles or format of a document. All this is possible because the final layout of the document is displayed on the VDU. (iii) Tabulation, indentation, and margin justification can be done automatically. 

(iv) The use of ink-jet printing techniques enable it to produce high-quality documents at a very rapid speed. Desk Top Publishing Desk Top Publishing (DTP) is an advancement over word processing. There are several additional functions that DTP performs, making the production of multiple copies of a document easier and more convenient. DTP is a small printing computer-controlled noise-free system. It is fast (capable of printing about 300 pages per hour) and the quality of printing is far superior to that obtained by using an ordinary printing machine or a word processor. The system consists of a keyboard, screen, laser printer, and a microcomputer that controls all the functions. 

These days software for printing in English, Hindi, and several other languages is available in the market for use on DTP. As in word processing, the matter to be printed is keyed in and displayed on the screen. After editing and formatting, it is stored in the memory and then a requisite number of copies are produced by the laser printer, as and when required. It is also possible to check the spelling of words used in a document and to print tables, charts, etc. through computer graphics. As DTP helps perform many management, technical, and design functions, its use is spreading fast in professional organizations. Teleprinter or teletype is an important modern means of transmitting written communication quickly. 

This machine makes use of a keyboard similar to a typewriter and is linked by telegraphic ed on the first machine, th line to a similar machine at some distant point. When some message type is the second machine simultaneously types it out. We shall now discuss two ways in which teleprinters are used. TdepriaterIletlexe These are the private wire systems or privately owned systems where the teleprinters are permanently connected to each other by a direct line. The telegraphic lines an often rented from the telephone authorities and the teleprinter machines are either rented or purchased. chased. With this system, messages can be passed on easily, merely by operating one of the ',nal chines. 

 Telex These machines are operated over the telex exchange system instead of direct connections as private lines. They function as or binary m telephones, the only difference being that the contact is made not through speech, but by tale writing. Messages may be sent on this machine to any part of the world where a similar machine is installed. A teleprinter combines the ease and speed of telephones with the accuracy of the written message. Moreover, it is useful even when the receiving offices are closed as written messages can still be received (teleprinted) and attended to when the office reopens. 

Punched Paper Tape The punched paper tape is one of the methods of input used by some businesses b f organizations where there is a large amount of data to be processed. The teleprinters can be fitted with punching devices (key-punch or punch machine). These devices punch holes in the tape to represent information. The paper tapes are then read through a card-reader and the information on the tape is sent to the teleprinter or to the central processing unit of a computer, as and when required. The punched paper tapes are useful when complicated messages or data are to be sent. The data or messages are typed on the teleprinter whilst it is disconnected (`off-line') and simultaneously, the additional device punches the paper tape. 

After checking, the matter can be transmitted from the tape with absolute accuracy. The punched paper tapes are also useful when a message requires repeated transmissions to many receivers or when messages are to be stored for future decoding. If the receiver teleprinter is engaged, the message can be stored on the paper tape for subsequent transmission when the line is free. Facsimile Telegraphy or Fax Facsimile telegraphy deals with the transmission of typewritten or handwritten messages, drawings, graphics, pictures, or any matter which cannot be sent through telegraphs, telephones, or teleprinters. 

This machine operates by converting the variances of light reflected from the image of the original matter into electrical impulses which can be reconverted into the image form on reception. Connections can be made over very long distances using public telephone networks or radio links. Fax is perhaps the speediest system presently available, and transmitting and receiving a standard letter-size document takes approximately four minutes, irrespective of the amount of matter on it. In this system, there is no scope for copying errors and no high-order skills are required at either end. Even typed matter can be transmitted more efficiently through fax than through the teleprinter since the former completely does away with the element of checking for errors inadvertently incorporated during transmittal of the matter. 


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