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Comp

(COMPare) An external DOS/Windows command that compares two files of the same size for identical content and reports up to 10 mismatches. The default command displays the mismatched characters and their location in hexadecimal. Adding the /l (line) and /a (ASCII) parameters as in the example below shows the line number of the location and the characters in ASCII text. An alternate compare command is FC (see Fc). See file compare.
comp red.txt green.txt /l /a

COMP

1. On drawings, abbr. for “compensate.”
2. On drawings, abbr. for “component.”
3. On drawings, abbr. for “composition.”
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He scored 35 points to finish one behind John Walker in division one of a Sunday comp with Mike Roe (34) third and then 27 points to finish one behind Morris Jones in a midweek comp with Roy Williams third on a countback.
Until now, consumer packaged goods companies and their agency partners have had to follow a disjointed workflow or suffer inferior comp quality.
Comps at the chain have been riding around the 10 percent mark for the entire year.
Fitch expects comps for Sears Domestic to remain in the negative 5-6% territory, increasing leverage by an additional turn or more in 2011 from 4.
Haverty Furniture reported the steepest decline among the retailers tracked by HFN, with comps falling 19 percent.
Under the terms of the merger agreement, each share of COMPS common stock will be exchanged for either $7.
Additionally, CoStar has formed a new management team to hone COMPS.
The kiosks enable players to take control of their own comps and essentially comp themselves by printing a voucher that may be redeemed for hotel accommodations, restaurants, retail and much more.
sold off 2 1/4 to 11 1/4 on heavy volume yesterday on news of lower-than-expected and negative comp store sales.
The comp sales increase was driven by strong double digit comps in women's and high single digit comps in the music licensed and accessory categories.