page boundary

page boundary

[′pāj ‚bau̇n·drē]
(computer science)
The address of the first (lowest) word or byte within a page of memory.
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One of the exceptions is the word doenan on the very last line of the page, which extends well beyond the ruling line, apparently to avoid having to break the word across a page boundary.(12) The second exception falls precisely at the boundary between the 'Exhortation' and the 'Summons', where more than a quarter of a line (space for a dozen letters or more) stands blank.
Breaking daenan across the page boundary here would also have had the unfortunate consequence of leaving a partial Old English word at the top of page 167, followed immediately by the Latin words, Clara voce.
ensures that the new node starts on a page boundary. This enhancement allows leaf nodes to be mapped between memory domains, instead of copied.