condition code


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condition code

[kən′dish·ən ‚kōd]
(computer science)
Portion of a program status word indicating the outcome of the most recently executed arithmetic or boolean operation.
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37) DRMS Instructions, supra note 8, at S4S1-33 (defining a Supply Condition Code as a code that the owning military unit assigns to property to describe the physical condition of the property).
it does not necessarily follow that a diabetes ICD-9-CM code would change the severity level assigned to the condition code Cerebral Vascular Disease.
After type checking, the instruction is executed; the condition code is modified as dictated by the instruction; and, if indicated by the opcode, the result is pushed on the stack.
So don't use just the tire to determine the condition code for the entire wheel assembly.
In our first method, based on a cache outcome condition code bit, the conditional branch-and-link operation is an explicit instruction in the instruction stream, and we create user state that records the hit/miss status of the previously executed reference.
The PowerPC Architecture has several special-purpose registers used by the compiler, including the Condition Code register, the Link register, and the Count register.
Similar to the HP 3000 translator, R23 is used as a fast condition code register for positive/negative/zero results [1].
Ammunition supply points (ASPs) have millions of ammo rounds in varying condition codes (CCs).
Branch instructions use the standard addressing modes, as defined in Figure 2, where the R2 field holds the condition code field that specifies the type of branch.
The condition code -- used by government entities to record the condition of an asset prior to reassignment -- is now available on all screens, and an asset's location can be changed in real-time when recording an online physical inventory location.
You can write your component's ticket to repair or replacement success by making sure you attach the correct condition code tag.
In addition, Army Regulation 750-1, Army Materiel Maintenance Policy, states that a condition code of "F" (unserviceable [reparable]) or less will be assigned to equipment that is used for training and is disassembled and reassembled during the training.