deferred addressing

deferred addressing

[di′fərd ə′dres·iŋ]
(computer science)
A type of indirect addressing in which the address part of an instruction specifies a location containing an address, the latter in turn specifies another location containing an address, and so forth, the number of iterations being controlled by a preset counter.
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By the same token, the just punishment for a lifetime of malignant gossip and scheming is to be confined in an atmosphere of rampant double-dealing and intrigue.When I wrote some weeks ago on the allegations of sexism in Islam, in anticipation of the current piece I had deferred addressing an aspect of the rewards of paradise that often attracts allegations of sexism.
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