Chat, Basic Computer Science

Chat:

The word chat in English language means - casual conversation. On Internet it means the same, except that you need to use text and your keyboard skills are tested. Earlier chatting was possible only between two people, now you can enjoy chatting with a number of people at a time. Now, you can use Voice Chat - it requires microphone and speaker; and Video Chat - it requires microphone, speakers and web camera. Youcan chat even using your mobile if it had that facility. Chat is normally done in a chat room. Some of the common chat services are yahoo messenger (yahoo), Gtalk (Google ), RediffBol. We will just show you an example using gtalk. However, you may use any other chat software. Remember you need to download and install chat software of your choice. After installing the chat software, you may run it to open the chat window so that you can start chatting. 

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