tag format

tag format

[′tag ‚fȯr‚mat]
(computer science)
The arrangement of data in a short record inserted in a direct-access storage to indicate the location of an overflow record.
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However, within the European Union the specific customs and tax controls between European Member States has led to greater scrutiny of the tag format than elsewhere.
the tag format, particular methods are called which then add XML elements to build resultant text.
Extended grammar support: JSGF, IBM BNF, and Nuance GSL; and ECMA Script Action Tags for JSGF, SpeechWorks OSR Tag Format, and Nuance NLU.
It was also noticeable that although 10 to 12 players was the suggested number for each team, some schools brought along as many as 15 boys and girls who wanted to take part - further proof of the continuing success of Capital Rugby and the tag format it encourages.
Wired Remote Control with Backlit LCD Display: Gives quick access to the playback controls and displays playback list and MP3/WAV music titles in ID3 tag format, or CD Text information if encoded onto an audio CD.
The tag format seen in the previous version has been abandoned - which will please some and annoy others - and the style of play, involving strategic defence as well as nailing the odd special move, is the same as before.