Random Access Memory (RAM)

In which manner data is temporarily stored in RAM. in block or in line wise.??

Define 'block-wise' and 'line-wise'.

block means in a combination of some locations . and line wise each loaction

Visit this link it will clear things up for you hopefully:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_data_storage

Data is stored in RAM as pages, where each page is a fixed block of memory. The order in which pages are stored is irrelevant, since their location is maintained in page tables.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paging

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Page_(computer_memory)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_memory

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Page_table

There is not any need to know so much critical information. I think only a programmer will need to know such.

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In which manner data is temporarily stored in RAM. in block or in line wise.??
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Data is temporarily stored in RAM block & line wise.

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Data is temporarily stored in RAM block & line wise.

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Yeah! It is a volatile memory with highly sensitive feature

RAM is a volatile memory which store or write data temporary and can read data randomly. Boot and System files are copied from Hard disk or Booting server to RAM for booting and operating the system.2 Types of RAMs are available.1)Static RAM and 2) Dynamic RAM. Currently at most of Locations Dynamic RAMs are used.DRAM3(Version 3) is the latest DRAM version and is very fast.

At the very basic level, RAM uses transistors to route and charge specific capacitors (Which are in a grid of a sort, with rows (RAS), and colums (CAS). a charged capacitor (50% ore more) is a "1" and a discharged one is "0".

Sah's links should be enough for how OS and memory controllers interact with the RAM and access/store data