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  • August 31, 2005 31 Aug'05

    string

    In programming, a string is a contiguous (see contiguity) sequence of symbols or values, such as a character string (a sequence of characters) or a binary digit string (a sequence of binary values).  Continue Reading

  • August 31, 2005 31 Aug'05

    Speech Application Program Interface (SAPI)

    SAPI (Speech Application Program Interface) is an application program interface (API) provided with the Microsoft Windows operating systemthat allows programmers to write programs that offer text-to-speech and speech recognitioncapabilities.  Continue Reading

  • August 31, 2005 31 Aug'05

    simplicity

    In information technology, simplicity is a quality that is frequently sought by both users and technologists, although, as users frequently attest, it is not always found.  Continue Reading

  • August 31, 2005 31 Aug'05

    shared memory

    In computer programming, shared memory is a method by which program processes can exchange data more quickly than by reading and writing using the regular operating system services.  Continue Reading

  • August 31, 2005 31 Aug'05

    reentrant

    Reentrant is an adjective that describes a computer program or routine that is written so that the same copy in memory can be shared by multiple users.  Continue Reading

  • August 31, 2005 31 Aug'05

    recursion

    In computer programming, a recursion (noun, pronounced ree-KUHR-zhion) is programming that is recursive (adjective), and recursive has two related meanings: A recursive procedure or routine is one that has the ability to call itself.  Continue Reading

  • August 30, 2005 30 Aug'05

    newbie

    A newbie (pronounced NOO-bee) is a novice or neophyte: anyone who is new to any particular type of endeavor, such as a sport or a technology.  Continue Reading

  • August 30, 2005 30 Aug'05

    native

    In computer systems, native means "original" or "basic.  Continue Reading

  • August 29, 2005 29 Aug'05

    Cosmo

    Cosmo was a set of products for developing presentations and applications that took advantage of the Java programming language, 3-D environments using the Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), and other multimedia elements.  Continue Reading

  • August 25, 2005 25 Aug'05

    PC philanthropy

    PC philanthropy is sharing some of the unused resources of your personal computer, especially unused computer cycles, to benefit a social cause.  Continue Reading

  • August 25, 2005 25 Aug'05

    scam-baiting

    Scam-baiting is the practice of eliciting attention from the perpetrator of a scam by feigning interest in whatever bogus deal is offered.  Continue Reading

  • August 23, 2005 23 Aug'05

    ICE (In Case of Emergency)

    ICE (for In Case of Emergency) is an abbreviation that a cell phone user can enter into the device's directory to identify the telephone number of a primary contact, such as next of kin.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    courseware

    Courseware is educational material intended as kits for teachers or trainers or as tutorials for students, usually packaged for use with a computer.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    comment

    Often cited as one of the most useful and least used programming conventions, a comment is a text note added to source code to provide explanatory information, usually about the function of the code.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    class library

    In object-oriented programming, a class library is a collection of prewritten class es or coded templates, any of which can be specified and used by a programmer when developing an application program.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    class

    In object-oriented programming, a class is a template definition of the methods and variables in a particular kind of object.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    antipattern

    An antipattern is a frequently used, but largely ineffective solution to a problem.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    add-in

    Add-in is a term used, especially by Microsoft, for a software utility or other program that can be added to a primary program.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    access

    Access is simply being able to get to what you need.  Continue Reading

  • August 20, 2005 20 Aug'05

    .vi

    .vi is the suffix for a file in the Virtual Instrument file format.  Continue Reading

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