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snippet

A small amount of something. In the computer field, it often refers to a small piece of program code.
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There is a vast majority of people who have called Nicki's music of "Anaconda" as "trashy" and did not like the cover art and the video snippet of it.
Therefore, dedicated mechanisms within the Snippet System allow for checking which excerpts of a document have also been included in other documents.
The video snippet shown to reporters was different than the simulated video included in some Nokia advertising.
While typical search results provide links to websites deemed relevant to queries, Google now weaves in direct connections to spots on pages with snippets of information that might be of interest.
It stores your information in a single file, making it very fast to find a particular snippet using the built-in search.
is a software service that allows users to clip portions of text from its original Web page and create a personalized "Web Snippet Home Page.
But with thirteen works--plus a group finale--on the program, each dance emerges as a snippet of an idea, without the time to evoke true characters, moods, or emotions; thus the soul of the choreography remains hidden in the movement.
In doing so, the scientists have shown that a single electron trapped on the surface of a snippet of nanotube sloshes back and forth, much the way a tone reverberates in an organ pipe.
Well, it isn't Giselle--but it is a rather charming snippet of nineteenth-century style.
Community members can contribute to MySQL Forge by adding articles and tutorials to the MySQL Forge Wiki, posting and maintaining projects in the Project Directory, and by providing sample code snippets in the Snippet Repository.
Aligned in a row are a series of snippet smart icons (buttons) that users can click for slices of their favorite web pages.