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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That's because not everyone knows which condition code letter to use to correctly classify unserviceable wheel assemblies used on tactical wheeled vehicles.
Additionally, DRMOs must verify the description of property, the quantity of property turned in, and the assignment of a valid Supply Condition Code (SCC) by the owning unit at turn-in.
Structural Condition Codes for Pipe Sewers incorporated Surface Damage--previously only applicable to brick sewers - with the same two modifiers of spalling and wear.
We subdivided existing condition codes into two or more conditions when we believed that costs for the Medicare population may be systematically different within a condition code.
The software is user-programmable to screen call records based on both the PBX condition codes and the other standard call-record fields.
Ammunition supply points (ASPs) have millions of ammo rounds in varying condition codes (CCs).
To limit the reporting of less-than-desirable items, we established criteria for reporting usable commercial items with an original acquisition value over $5,000 that were in condition codes A (serviceable-usable), B (serviceable with qualifications), and F (economically reparable).
The EIA technology provides a graphical interface for designers to define and test their own proprietary instructions, registers, flags and condition codes.
Smoke grenade launchers in condition codes For H should be sent to:
This upgrade utilizes specialized paging interfaces -- patient condition codes, run numbers and addresses that can be sent instantly to the field paramedics upon dispatching.
Using the easy-to-use, GUI-based ARChitect processor configuration software tool, developers can quickly integrate custom extension instructions, condition codes, auxiliary registers and ARC's pre-integrated, application-specific peripheral soft IP blocks, including: