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Software type Standard Software Definition

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Krithika

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Hello all, 

 

I would be very grateful for a little help and clarity regarding the exact meaning of "Standard Software" as far as the term goes. Is it a genus of software, including canned/bespoke software; or is it a specific kind? 

 

I would be very glad for a distinct definition. Also, it is a little urgent. 

 

 

Thank you! 


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the definition is completely dependent on the context of it's use.

 

there is no "standard" definition of standard software.


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Thanks for your reply. As for taxability, what would its characterisation be?

 

:)


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also entirely too vague of a question


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