channel skip

channel skip

[′chan·əl ‚skip]
(computer science)
A control character that causes a printer to skip down to a specified line on a page or to the top of the next page.

channel skip

A code in a printer file that causes the paper to be positioned to the top of the next page or to a particular line on the current page. See printer file.
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Features of the SIRIUS/Antex Multi-zone receiver SRX-3 TriplePlay: * 3 independent and simultaneous zones of SIRIUS content * Straight forward integration with control systems via single port * 160x240 graphical LCD, backlit display * Infrared remote control capability * 10 music presets for each zone * Channel Skip feature allows the user to select channels to include when scanning the channel or category list * Parental Lock feature enables the user to block channels About SIRIUS
If the customer indicates that they don't like the song, the channel skips to the next track within the channel.