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An interrupt that can temporarily be ignored by the computer is called:

  1.  Vectored Interrupt
  2.  Non-Maskable Interrupt
  3.  Scalar Interrupt
  4.  Maskable Interrupt
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Maskable Interrupt: An Interrupt that can be disabled or ignored by the instructions of CPU are called as Maskable Interrupt.

Non-Maskable Interrupt: An interrupt that cannot be disabled or ignored by the instructions of CPU are called as Non-Maskable Interrupt.

vectored Interrupt: Device causing interrupt provides the starting address of Interrupt Service Routine(ISR).

Non-vectored Interrupt: Device causing interrupt does not provides the starting address of Interrupt Service Routine(ISR).

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