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A C++/C programming environment providing browsing, cross-referencing, design visualisation, documentation and editing support. Developed by UBS Switzerland and marketed by takeFive Salzburg.

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sniff

To look at network traffic as it is being transmitted. The network packets may be analyzed in real time or stored for later inspection. See network analyzer.
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Snipe will be used in trials to assess if his sniffing skills can pinpoint water being wasted in rural areas where leaks are hard to detect.
com/lancaster-city-police-buy-four-drug-sniffing-rabbits/) titled "Lancaster City Police Buy Four Drug Sniffing Rabbits," claimed that the Lancaster City Police Department (LCPD) had received approval to purchase four drug-sniffing rabbits to aid in busting violators of drug-related offenses.
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A study into the prevalence of petrol sniffing in selected Indigenous communities revealed sniffing continued to decline between 2011 and 2014.
Therefore, overhead and difficulty for attackers to obtain and analyze communication data are dramatically increased due to the disability of attackers to conduct targeted sniffing.
Typical healthy children adjusted their sniffing within 305 milliseconds of smelling an odour, but this was not the case for those with autism.
HIDE & SEEK Ranger on elephant sniffing for TNT
A new study has shown definitively that the common mole (Scalopus aquaticus) relies on stereo sniffing to locate its prey.
They started sniffing a backpack near my dressing room.
For 17 of the 24 participants, female faces generally looked less sexually alluring just after whiffing tears than after sniffing a salt solution.
You wouldn't be caught sniffing at someone's backside, trying to figure out who they are, would you?
The Royan Institute has started a project to clone 4,000 police dogs capable of sniffing out drugs, the Mehr news agency quoted Royan Director MohammadHossain Nasr-e-Esfahani as saying.