address part

address part

[′ad·res ‚pärt]
(computer science)
That part of a computer instruction which contains the address of the operand, of the result, or of the next instruction.
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'We are now implementing new toll rates for the North Luzon Expressway [Nlex] and have published the new toll rates for the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway [SCTEx] which both address part of our pending tariff issues, albeit also on a staggered basis.
Through its MOU, the DICT hopes to address part of those permitting concerns.
Pakistan is also trying to address part of its electricity shortage through other projects such as the Casa-1000 project, which is designed to boost the electricity trade between the Central Asian countries of Tajikistan and Kyrgyz Republic and the South Asian countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
President Akufo-Addo also explained that Ghana's relation with China was only to make arrangements to help address part of the country's infrastructure deficit.
Each node of a linked list comprises of a data part and an address part, where the address part points to the next node in the list (Blevins, 2009).
Significantly, OPWP along with the Public Authority for Electricity & Water (PAEW) are currently weighing a possible role for Marafiq in the supply of both electricity and water to address part of Duqm's projected requirements as well, said the report.
We want to help our partners to address part of this market with our product."
He said his company is capable enough to provide necessary infrastructure to address part of Turkey's need to natural gas, especially in border cities, if the Turkish party is willing.
While online education might address part of the problem, it is not likely to be the solution, especially not in the vocational training sector.
Private sector participation can help address part of the infrastructure gap, but the country needs substantial public sector funding for investments in transport, river management and other infrastructures.
Investments in upgrading infra-structure will only address part of the problem.