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code name

An internal name given to a product under development. For example, Chicago was the code name for Windows 95; Merced was the code name for Intel's Itanium chip.
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Table 2 shows the design of the command code-word. The command buffer is a 32 b data buffer; hence we design the 32 b code-words to cover the information of controls, characters, and length/index pairs.
In the current CZ format, we use a length separator code-word to lead the different code-words: characters, lengths, indexes, and so on.
LZ77 algorithm runs mainly in the "string match unit." The "command buffer" stores the code-words of control instructions, characters, and length/index pairs.
Youth became not only a life phase but also a "code-word for a renaissance" of the young against the old.
At one point in the early '80s, he welcomed Boston Globe writer Martin Nolan to his San Francisco office, noting, "You're the first straight, white male to walk into this office in months." Two years after Burton's death, Jeanne Kirkpatrick coined the phrase "San Francisco Democrats" as a code-word to describe how the party had estranged itself from Middle America.
The PSCN will need to adapt to the user more than the user adapting to it; voice communications that require code-word phrases and abnormal tempo will not be universally accepted in the marketplace.
A right-wing bent is commonly flagged in the names that Think Tanks acquire, typical code-words being Freedom, Enterprise, Heritage and Independence.
In a code-worded call last night to the BBC in Belfast, the renegade Loyalist Red Hand Defenders claimed responsibility for the bomb.