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error message

[′er·ər ‚mes·ij]
(computer science)
A message indicating detection of an error.
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In September, Japan's three major airlines -- JAL, All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Air System -- conducted flights to test computer systems reprogrammed to prevent Y2K-related computer errors or breakdowns.
Ernie has been plagued by the kind of computer errors that are becoming commonplace as the Government attempts to update systems like that at the Passport Office.
In Evans, the Supreme Court held that the fourth amendment's exclusionary rule does not require suppression of evidence gained during arrests made on the basis of computer errors by clerical court employees.
One of the main reasons computer errors will have to be manually washed-out by zero balancing accounts whose taxes have been paid but are showing various computer generated erroneous charges is due to City actions in 1994 before the new systems came on-line.
On the positive side, researchers already have reasons to believe that chaotic orbits are more than just numerical artifacts resulting from computer errors.
The software, designed to complement Linspire's desktop Linux-based operating systems, allows users to restore lost data or an entire system that has been damaged due to computer errors or other common mishaps.
MPs fear the problem is widespread with vulnerable people missing out on benefit money because of human, clerical and computer errors.
The investigation follows an admission from the Akron, Ohio-based group that it is having to restate its financial results dating back to 1998 because of a series of computer errors affecting billing and accounts.
The mistakes were caused mainly by computer errors.
Toyama University held a special entrance ceremony Wednesday for two people who passed its entrance exams for its humanities faculty but were mistakenly rejected due to computer errors.
The Therac incidents and other cases of medical device failures caused by computer errors have focused attention on the increasinly important role played by computers in medical applications.
FarStone's support of desktop Linux comes in the form of a Personal Disaster Recovery software program called RestoreIT(R) that will restore a user's data, or an entire system that has been damaged or lost due to computer errors, viruses or other common mishaps.

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