address counter

address counter

[′ad·res ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(computer science)
A counter which increments an initial memory address as a block of data is being transferred into the memory locations indicated by the counter.
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Take measures and devise strategy to address counter sale of drugs without prescription
The meeting, among others, sought to address counter revenge killings and raiding of animals among the various Lakes state communities.
The serial Flash is designed to be read sequentially, and it incorporates an internal address counter so that every clock cycle will output the next bit of data.