program stop

program stop

[′prō·grəm ‚stäp]
(computer science)
An instruction built into a computer program that will automatically stop the machine under certain conditions, or upon reaching the end of processing or completing the solution of a program. Also known as halt instruction; stop instruction.
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According to NTSB, the probable cause of the accident is the installation by Johnson Controls Inc maintenance technicians of a "jumper wire" which prevented the overspeed/overshoot system from activating to stop the train when the crystal within the primary program stop module failed.
The FCCLA program STOP the Violence is the impetus for a week of activities at Heber Springs High School that are organized by Green and her students.
Like other drilling contractors and oil industry companies in Alaska, Doyon employs the behavior-based program STOP for all employees.
A few of the more common ones are M00 (program stop), M03 (spindle rotation clockwise), M04 (spindle rotation counterclockwise), M06 (tool change), and M30 (program stop and rewind).
The training was offered through the national program Stop the Bleed, which is aimed at training bystanders to respond to emergencies.
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With these objectives in view, Romanian health policy included new principles, such as: the government responsibility of giving priority to health and to the concern for the own citizens' life, the recognition of non-smoking as a norm and of citizens' right to a smokeless environment, their protection from the negative effects of the passive exposure to smoke, the necessity to decrease yearly the prevalence of smoking in all the segments of the society, including the implementation of the Romanian national program Stop Smoking in 2007 by the Ministry of Health.
Her FCCLA chapter has won eight STAR events since 1997 and in 2001 was presented the First Runner-up Award for the national program STOP the Violence.