index marker

index marker

[′in‚deks ‚märk·ər]
(computer science)
The beginning (and end) of each track in a disk, which is recognized by a special sensing device within the disk mechanism.
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Reminiscent of the famed "Ol' Blue Eyes," the hands, index markers, and contour of the date window are a bright blue hue, against the backdrop of a silver dial.
The index markers have been hand-applied and the signature swan logo completes the dial.
Just sight it in normally for the next distances and slide the index markers around.
For users new to XML, FrameMaker provides a variety of starter templates that enables them to work with industry-standard xDocBook and xHTML DTDs (Document Type Descriptions) and map XML elements to tables, graphics, footnotes, cross-references and index markers.
And with an Auto Neon Illuminator each hour marker as well as the minute hands are coated with a fluorescent material that provides an especially bright glow to accentuate the hands and index markers.