single-length

single-length

[′siŋ·gəl ′leŋkth]
(computer science)
Pertaining to the expression of numbers in binary form in such a way that they can be included in a single computer word.
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DeChambeau, a physics graduate who has earned the nickname "mad scientist" and famously plays with a set of single-length irons, believes his game is peaking at the right time.
The 24-year-old Californian is known as the "Mad Scientist" for his approach to the game, from his single-length clubs (34 inches, roughly the length of a 7-iron), to his work on biomechanics to the calculations that go into every shot.
He appears unaffected by external pressures when he executes shots, while his one plane swing and single-length clubs are certainly a departure from the norm.
More than 200 youngsters competed in events consisting of single-length races in freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke.
It might include accepting shorter lumber from suppliers providing it meets certain clear-area specifications and is stacked in single-length stacks.