right value

right value

[′rīt ′val·yü]
(computer science)
The actual data content of a symbolic variable in a computer program; it is one of two components of the symbolic variable, the other being the memory address. Abbreviated rvalue.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"I see that you set a right value on my son's preaching.
Read it as I read it, and you will set the right value on the Sergeant's polite attention in sending me the news of the day:
Hispanic community, and today's announcement is reflective of our commitment to delivering quality content at the right value," said Erik Carlson, Dish president and CEO.
She quite rightly states that as "guardians of public money that we make investments that deliver the right decarbonisation and the right value for the taxpayer".
Below are some of my attempts to teach my kids the right value of money:
I am giving them the right value system rather than the right clothes.
"We also want that out produce get right value in the market," the farmer added.
Las Vegas, NV, January 22, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Techvedic, an emerging Information and Communication based enterprise has been thriving to make sure that customers are getting the right value for their money.
"Valuations are vital for the industry here as it facilitates transparency and generates the right value based on actual market dynamics," said Khalid Abdul Ghaffar, senior vice-president of NHC.
"We always welcome looking at a potential acquisition--at the right value," says Rodier.
BSkyB, which issued the statement in response to media speculation over a potential deal, said that at the right value, a tie-up could create a world-class multinational pay TV group, warning, however, that the negotiations were at an early stage and an agreement was not certain to be reached.

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