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Sniff

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A C++/C programming environment providing browsing, cross-referencing, design visualisation, documentation and editing support. Developed by UBS Switzerland and marketed by takeFive Salzburg.

sniff

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sniff

To look at network traffic as it is being transmitted. The network packets may be analyzed in real time or stored for later inspection. See network analyzer.
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Others have been sent to Korea to sniff out termites in wooden buildings.
Dr Cognetta first came up with the idea three years ago, after hearing how a dog was used to sniff out the body of a drowned man in a lake.
Beagle Brigade dogs are trained to sniff out dozens of fruit, meat and other food odors.
For example, trainers teach their dogs how to sniff out drugs by hiding a narcotic-scented towel.
These clever canines sniff out the suspect in an average of 40 percent of the 900 cases they work each year.
AGUA DULCE - At 3, Sprocket can sniff out flammable liquids from acres of charred debris.
But even here, you'll find studio stylists on the prowl, so it takes a keen eye, a fast pace and persuasive bargaining skills, says Elizabeth Mason, an expert bargain hunter who knows how to sniff out the good stuff from what she calls ``tricked-up pretenders.