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Complex Instruction Set Computer, refers to the instruction set (or pre-programmed commands) within microprocessors. Those from Intel's Pentium processors are referred to as CISC because they have a full and comprehensive instruction set; whereas those from IBM, powering their RS6000 mini-computers, are RISC - Reduced Instruction Set.

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