PLOKTA

Press Lots Of Keys To Abort

Abbreviations SMS and Internet. 2013.

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  • PLOKTA — The term PLOKTA (sometimes rendered in lowercase, plokta) /plok t*/ is an acronym for Press Lots Of Keys To Abort , and essentially means pressing random keys in an attempt to get some response from a (computer) system. PLOKTA may be said to be… …   Wikipedia

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  • PLOKTA — Acronym for Press Lots Of Keys To Abort . Used heavily in the early days of computing …   Dictionary of american slang

  • PLOKTA — Press Lots Of Keys To Abort …   Glossary of chat acronyms & text shorthand

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