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lookup

A data search performed within a predefined table of values (array, matrix, etc.) or within a data file. The noun is "lookup;" however, the verb is two words; for example, "look up the address." See lookup table and table lookup.
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You would have to search for *apple* to find the word "apple" inside of any text in the first column of the lookup table.
IP address lookup is one of the key functions required for forwarding packets in a router.
With the enhanced multilingual capabilities, clients can now use the Lookup Manager themselves to add and change translations to values available in form fields.
Furthermore, we provide also a comparison between the mixed trust-based technique and those described in [32, 33] and demonstrate they reach worse results when considering successful lookups and the average number of hops.
"More recently, lookups of feminism have been increasing in conjunction with the many accounts of sexual assault and harassment in the news .
Lookups for fascism corresponded to release of video in November showing a white police officer shooting a black teenager in Chicago, and the criminal charges that followed.
Sokolowski is a lexicographer, not a mind reader, so his observations about why any single word takes off in terms of lookups is well-informed but theoretical.
It takes advantage of splay tree where lookup caching can be used to accelerate later lookups.
She has begun a LookUp campaign in her English seaside home, where she believes the architectural gems just above people's usual gaze are equally ignored.
Permalinks for ActiveVOS forms.ActiveVOS Process Request and Lookup forms can be invoked from Web pages, portals or from e-mail via permanent URLs.
For the NPF IP Forwarding Benchmark, the single-chip NP-1c demonstrated IPv6 and IPv4 forwarding at 10-Gigabit line-rate while performing lookups in very large IP route tables with 1,048,576 IPv4 routes and 524,288 IPv6 routes.
"The Free LookUps are the most commonly used pages on our Web site, and the number of visitors and page views reveals an important Internet trend -- people need and are looking for easier ways to make the Web work for them."