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memory resident

A program that remains in memory at all times. Small applications reside in RAM all the time, while larger programs may call for more instructions as needed. See TSR.
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Attack scenario 4 with the edge [e.sub.[0,v]] is a typical case of memory resident crypto mining.
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Features offered include simplistic menu-driven keypad programming, complete memory resident welding programs, graphic display of the welding process, alpha numeric fault message display, indexed quick changeover tool system, and power output levels up to 3000 watts.
Fastback Plus comes with a warning that there may be interference between Fastback Plus and memory resident programs, keyboard enhancers, device drivers, disk caches and the like.
Lucid 3-D can run as a memory resident program or as the primary program.
In personal computers (PCs), system files often remain memory resident. System infectors may contaminate these files.
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