block protection

block protection

[′bläk prə‚tek·shən]
(computer science)
An instruction in a word-processing or page-layout program that prevents a soft page break from being inserted in a specified block of text, ensuring against a bad page break.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
"BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OF THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, That the junior senator from Alabama's vote to block protection of countless thousands of lives from a terribly painful death is unacceptable and this body strongly disapproves his departure from the values of this state and his vote on this important issue...
Obama's current notion of a potential shield law would leave his administration fully able to block protection of journalistic sources.
The Security Integrated concept extends from block protection to communication integrity and supports users in safeguarding their applications.
In addition, IE 9 has added a second system, SmartScreen Application Reputation which on the basis of this test offers browser users a remarkably effective level of download block protection.
We are allowed sun block protection cream and because of the area we are in we have to take eco shampoo and soap.
A 90 percent canopy coverage offers protection from UVA rays equivalent to applying a level 10 sun block protection.
The series (six small-profile, 68HC08-based Flash MCUs, available in 8-and 16-lead packaging) are in-application and in-circuit re-programmable, with fast programming times, block protection and security features to help customers guard intellectual property contained in software code.