storage fill

storage fill

[′stȯr·ij ‚fil]
(computer science)
Storing a pattern of characters in areas of a computer storage that are not intended for use in a particular machine run; these characters cause the machine to stop if one of these areas is erroneously referred to. Also known as memory fill.
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The survey requested that the household member most qualified to answer questions about garage storage fill out the questionnaire.
With another strong weekly storage fill in the books, analysts have been busy recalculating their models in an attempt to project an October 31 start-of-winter inventory level.
Some market-watchers chose to simply not believe the 3 Bcf storage fill reported by the American Gas Association (AGA), chalking it up to bad data somewhere in the survey process.
Optical disc storage fills all of these requirements, and is therefore ideal for both warm and cold storage.
We are getting quite close to excess supplies which could push prompt Brent (prices) down to incentivize traders to store increased volumes of crude on ships, as onshore storage fills up," Abhishek Deshpande, an analyst at Nataxis told the Reuters Global Oil Forum.
We are getting quite close to excess supplies which could push prompt Brent (prices) down to incentivise traders to store increased volumes of crude on ships, as onshore storage fills up,"Abhishek Deshpande, an analyst at Nataxis told the Reuters Global Oil Forum.
The IEA said, "In months ahead, Iran may need to shut in production volumes if export markets remain similarly constrained and storage fills up.
I DON'T think the word storage fills anybody with joy and excitement.
As storage fills "pipeline pressures are going to increase and that is going to cause involuntary curtailment" McClendon said during a conference call to discuss earnings.
GAME PLAN: Corn could face seasonal price pressure as harvest activity accelerates and storage fills up.
As storage fills, the prices facility owners charge for it increase.
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