input section

input section

[′in‚pu̇t ‚sek·shən]
(computer science)
The part of a program which controls the reading of data into a computer memory from external devices.
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In addition, the input section can be equipped with Line Power's magnetically actuated vacuum circuit breaker (MAVRiC).
This can be done by heading into Language and Input section under Settings.
Deposits and Guarantees required: The contract performance guarantee shall be a bank guarantee of the amount of I purchase to 1 000 EUR II purchase of 3 000 EUR III to purchase 2 000 EUR part IV purchase 2 000 EUR part V input section, 3 000.
For input patching, users simply need to touch the input section of the desired fader strip and select the source directly on the screen.
The ventilation system input section is applicable to unconditioned spaces such as parking lots, machine rooms, electrical rooms, toilets, etc.
The calculator consists of an input section where practice specialty, annual charges, annual collections, outstanding accounts receivable (A/R), number of annual encounters, and contractual adjustments are entered.
The geometry file is a text file that consists of a material input section and an exhaust segments geometry input section.
Before discussing about the findings of research, this point should be regarded that due to large numbers of questions and indicators related with factors, for brevity, the table about the input section will be discussed.
The whole RF circuit consists of input section [L.sub.0] with pitch [P.sub.0] followed by an increased phase velocity section [L.sub.1] with pitch [P.sub.1] and then a negative tapered section [L.sub.2] with pitch [P.sub.2], as shown in Figure 6.
The signal processing board can be divided into four parts: the digital input section, switch output section, analog input section, and analog output section.
The surrounding environment must contain the tray array to avoid that the input power partially overcomes the effective input section of the combiner, which results in the so called "spillover losses".