indexed address


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indexed address

[′in‚dekst ə′dres]
(computer science)
An address which is modified, generally by means of index registers, before or during execution of a computer instruction.
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indexed address

A memory or storage address that is derived from a table in memory or an index register. See index, subscript, index register and address mode.
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