record mark


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record mark

[′rek·ərd ‚märk]
(computer science)
A symbol that signals a record's beginning or end.

record mark

A symbol used to identify the end of a record.
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After establishing the record mark for the new Tour venue, he said: "My iron play was really superb and I had a bunch of chances from around 15 feet.
We hope to pull 1,500 and set a record mark that will remain unbeaten for years.
Marathon men's record time of 2:09:25 from her record mark of 2:26.
Isinbayeva will be attempting her eighth world record mark on UK soil
SCOTT HASTINGS yesterday congratulated Gregor Townsend as Toony preppared to equal his record mark of 65 caps for Scotland but warned the fly-half he might not hold the honour for long.
The median price ner room for studio and one-bedroom apartments of $83,000 was just shy of last quarter's record mark of $85,000, but topped last year's comparable figure by 20 percent.
It was Garrido's 24-hour old record mark of 63 that Jimenez surpassed with a remarkable putting display.
It took Megabucks more than three years to establish a new world record, after it set the former record mark of $9.
Five weeks after Lewis set her record mark in 2000, she was crowned Olympic champion in Sydney.
And Collingwood revealed his side were intent on claiming the record mark and inflict yet more pain on their arch-rivals.
Redmond, speaking at the Youth Sport Trust Young Ambassador Conference, believes Michael Johnson's world record mark of 43.
Taking more than a second off their own world record in the semi-finals, the Great Britain men's pursuit team destroyed Denmark in the final in another 4000m world record mark of three minutes, 53.