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D

D, fourth letter of the alphabet. It corresponds to the Greek delta. It is a usual symbol for a voiced dental or, as in English, alveolar stop. The capital represents in musical notation a note in the scale and in Roman numerals the number 500.
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D

(nucleonics)
dee
(optics)
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class A, B, C, D, E, F

A classification applied to fire doors, fire windows, roof coverings, interior finishes, places of assembly, etc., to indicate gradations of fire safety. See fire-endurance, fire-door rating.

d

Abbr. for penny (nail size).

D

Abbr. for “down.”
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, D.
Deutsch: indicating the serial number in the catalogue (1951) of the musical compositions of Schubert made by Otto Deutsch (1883--1967)
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(1)
"The Data Language." MS-DOS 4GL.

D

(2)
A Haskell-like language, with type classes.

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An object-oriented programming language written by Walter Bright in 1999. It is similar to C/C++, but adds garbage collection, various array manipulations and numerous other features not found in C/C++, C# or Java. For more information, visit www.digitalmars.com.
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