static check

static check

[′stad·ik ′chek]
(computer science)
Of a computer, one or more tests of computing elements, their interconnections, or both, performed under static conditions.
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Fiscal depute Pamela Rhodes said that police on a static check had seen the driver on the phone and followed the lorry.
What do these static check points really achieve in peace time in a democracy?
The campaign will see officers set up highly visible static check points across Birmingham and the West Midlands where they will randomly stop and quiz motorists.
Police and VOSA set up static check points and stopped drivers - focusing on flatbeds and scrap vans - to check their vehicles, loads and paperwork.
Officers will also be setting up a number of static check points at various locations to carry out spot checks on drivers.
StatPak-PC is a totally integrated software suite designed for the real-time collection, viewing, and reporting of weight data generated by equipment such as in-motion checkweighers, static check scales, and fill-by-weight packaging machinery.
The positive pay system verifies static check information such as issue date, dollar amount, check number, account number and payee name.
The operation, which runs until September 2, will see officers on high visibility patrols and there will also be a number of static check points to carry out spot checks on drivers.
Officers will also carry out at least one surprise static check somewhere in the county every day.
While it's not clear if failing to ensure the 24-month altimeter and static check was performed on this month's accident airplane had anything to do with the accident we're about to explore, the failure was simply one more link in this event's fabled chain.
What's powerful about this technique is that it goes beyond looking for bugs and running static checks, and proves the absence of run-time and other errors in your code.