direct read after writen. (DRAW, abbr.)An error-detection technique used in writing to mass storage devices in which the data is read and verified immediately after it is written.
CitationsIllingworth 1996, p. 154 This term is sometimes erroneously used in an optical-storage context simply to imply that written information is immediately ready for reading, without an intermediate processing operation as would be required for photographic recording.
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