loading program


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loading program

[′lōd·iŋ ‚prō·grəm]
(computer science)
Program used to load other programs into computer memory. Also known as bootstrap program.
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Russia's Surgutneftegaz holds seven cargoes for March loading, similar to the February loading program.
Given the answers to these two lines of inquiry, it is not hard to find the probability of detecting the flaw during execution of the specified loading program, using the specified equipment setup.
This was similar to the May loading program which runs from April 30 to June 1.
Loading programs are monthly schedules of crude shipments compiled by field operators to allow buyers and sellers to plan.
The International Energy Agency estimates Syria produced around 370,000 bpd of oil in July, while monthly Syrian crude loading programs pegged exports at 150,000 bpd -worth nearly $16 million a day at current prices.
Exports next month from Nigeria, a suitable alternative to Libyan oil, will be 19 percent more than March, according to loading programs obtained by Bloomberg News.
Many different part loading programs can be stored in the control unit for quick changeover.
Up to 20 loading programs for different tools can be stored in the PLC.
A hard disk speeds loading programs into memory and storing data to disk.
Mr Bryniarski says loading programs and other complex information was trouble-free.
"Couple of stems canceled short loading programs, and now maritime event Posidonia [in Athens] this week everything points towards the failing market on the Baltic-UKC route, basis 100, 000 mt," said a shipbroker.