address register


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address register

[′ad·res ‚rej·ə·stər]
(computer science)
A register wherein the address part of an instruction is stored by a computer.

address register

A high-speed circuit in a computing device that holds the addresses of data to be processed or of the next instruction to be executed. The number of bits in the register determines the amount of memory that can be addressed. For example, a 32-bit register can address 4GB. See flat address space and binary values.
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The address register offers the transition from 1 January 2013 to numbering on the entrance of buildings and the entrance to the site.
District Election Commissioner Tharparkar clarified that according to Section 27 of the Election Act 2017, after 31 December 2018, those who have not registered their vote on the permanent and temporary address registered in the National Identity Card, their vote will be considered ineffective.
The court was told police found 10 canines cramped in faeces-covered cages without food, water or bedding when they raided an address registered to Milliken at Donore Crescent on Antrim's Greystone estate in January.
You don't need to travel to the branch to do that, we will deliver the same at your office or home address registered with us.'
ASIC issued invoices to recover its FY 2017-18 regulatory costs on 31 January 2019, either via the ASIC Regulatory Portal to those that registered, or via mail to the address registered with ASIC.
He said the current laws of Election Commission (EC) allows voter to cast his vote only at the place of his permanent address registered in his or her CNIC.