binary component

binary component

[′bīn·ə·rē kəm′pō·nənt]
(electronics)
An electronic component that can be in either of two conditions at any given time. Also known as binary device.
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id=1209) vulnerability allowed an attacker to hijack the extension and perform a number of different commands that ranged everywhere from launching a computer's calculator program by manipulating the extensions' binary component to the stealing a user's passwords.
Use the images here to judge the relative brightness and position angle of the binary components.
To realize all this, technologies for mass-scale and efficient fabrication of optical components including spherical, aspheric and binary components need to be evolved", he emphasized.
The Syrian regime has about 1,000 tonnes of numerous chemical agents and binary components, including sulphur, mustard and binary components for sarin and VX gas, Kerry said.
Some applications, such as Mozilla Firefox for Mobile have binary components that are compiled for ARM, and those applications will just not work on something like BlueStacks.
With the advent of COM, programmers were able to integrate binary components into their applications, similar to the way we plug-and- play hardware components into our desktop PCs.
SynerJ interchanges standard Java source and binary components, and integrates other components and Forte Fusion through XML/XSL, Corba/IIOP and HTTP/HTML.
Reduced project development time with pre-packaged set of source and binary components.
If the binary components were initially separated by 10 solar radii or thereabouts, the shrinking orbit brings the main-sequence star into contact with its Roche lobe.
COM, Microsoft's component technology is based on binary components which are used as the building blocks of Windows applications.