segment mark

segment mark

[′seg·mənt ‚märk]
(computer science)
A special character written on tape to separate one section of a tape file from another.
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According to experts in the industry, the white tiles in the vitrified segment mark a revolution of sorts, as they are a product of years of hard work and exhaustive research.
The upcoming segment marks the arrival of a new enemy who is going to create menace while Victoria is away.
The move to this segment marks a shift from the 'mass affluent' or moderately rich who were the targets previously.
Use the butter knife to make segment marks on the pumpkin.
The April 25 announcement that Primedia has retained Credit Suisse First Boston to assist it in exploring the sale of its Business Information segment marks the beginning of the end of its business-to-business newsletter and specialized information publishing.
DiskOnChip's effective penetration into the smartphone segment marks an acknowledgement by leading hardware and software vendors of the favourable cost, capacity, and performance characteristics of NAND technology for the multimedia-centric next generation of phones," said John Jackson, a wireless analyst at The Yankee Group.
The success of our EPB technology within the mass vehicle market segment marks a significant step in the right direction.
The latest introduction in the workgroup scanner segment marks our continued focus on providing the best-in-class solutions that address the changing needs of our customers.
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The creation of this new "Luxury Light" segment marks a groundbreaking moment for the U.
The national TV segment marks a first for the gourmet specialty line, which was launched in 1997 with award-winning dressings, sauces and mustards -- most notably the original and best-selling Wasabi Lime.