line code


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line code

[′līn ‚kōd]
(computer science)
The single instruction required to solve a specific type of problem on a special-purpose computer.
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They are the Huggies Active sizes 3, 4, 4+ and 5 with the green Huggies logo on the pack and the CZ 09 production line code.
In a tweet, Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez said that the ballots with a pink line code were clearly photoshopped.
The LabelSync[TM] 450 Vision Module is designed to capture and sync a bottles unique serialized label with its individual line code.
The command line code "slmgr -rearm" can be entered at the end of three different 30-day periods to give Vista 120 days without activation works just the same in Windows 7, and Microsoft even confirms the work-around to PC World, calling it a "grace period" for new users.
The regulator is also considering keeping 07 numbers strictly for mobile phones and replacing the fixed line code with 06, while capping caller charges for both codes.
The crackers have the line code M968658 and the recall applies to this line code only.
As such, the device is based on standard pulse code amplitude modulation (PAM) 16 line code and supports transmission rates of 192 kbit/s to 2.
He provides numbered-by- line code examples to illustrate the differences between stack overflows, heap corruption, and format string bugs, and provides case studies for most major platforms and environments, including Windows, Front Page, and Linux.
These units are manufactured by Cintex Ltd of Colnbrook and the data in print-out form includes date, time, product code, machine and line code, totals in each weight zone, average weight, standard deviation and percentage T1 and T2 (in EEC mode).
As presently adopted by ANSI, 2B1Q is the transmission line code for the basic-rate interface (BRI).