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addressable

[ə′dres·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
Capable of being located by a computer through an addressing technique.
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addressable

Reachable. When something is addressable, it can be accessed and manipulated by its location. For example, a website is addressable by its IP address, and hard drives are addressable by sectors. See byte addressable, IP address and sector.
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