Words containing 1
2 letter words containing 1
- $1 — (programming) The first positional parameter in shell programming and related languages. Occurrences of $1 are replaced by the first actual argument provided by the user when the shell script is run. $2 is replaced by the second argument, and so on up to $9. You may have arrived at this entry by following a URL like "http://foldoc.org?$1", which is actually a template used to generate pointers to FOLDOC definitions by replacing "$1" with the term to be defined, e.g. in a wiki interwiki map.
- a1 — in good health; physically fit
- c1 — a person whose job is supervisory or clerical, or who works in junior management
- e1 — (communications) A European framing specification for the transmission of 32 DS0 (64 kb/s) data streams. By extension, it can also denote the transmission rate required (2.048 Mb/s = 2048 kb/s). Unlike DS1 it is free of bit-robbing.
- m1 — a semiautomatic, gas-operated, .30 caliber, clip-fed rifle, with a weight of 8.56 pounds (3.88 kg): the standard U.S. Army rifle in World War II and in the Korean War.
3 letter words containing 1
- 610 — (communications) The standard type of two-wire wall socket and plug used for telephones in Australia.
- 1nf — database normalisation
- 8n1 — (jargon) Common shorthand for "eight data bits, no parity, one stop bit", the most common configuration for serial lines, e.g. EIA-232.
- a-1 — noting a vessel regarded by a shipping-classification society as being equipped to the highest standard and with equipment maintained in first-class condition.
- a1c — airman first class
4 letter words containing 1
- 1394 — High Performance Serial Bus
- 1541 — Commodore 1541
- 1581 — Commodore 1581
- 1802 — (processor) An 8-bit microprocessor manufactured as CDP1802 by HARRIS Semiconductor. It has been around for ten years at least and is ideally suited for embedded applications. Some of its features are: 8-bit parallel organisation with bidirectional data bus and multiplexed address bus; static design -- no minimum clock rate; bit-programmable output port; four input pins which are directly tested by branch instructions; flexible programmable I/O mode; single-phase clock, with on-chip oscillator; 16 x 16 register matrix to implement multiple program counters, pointers, or registers
- 1tbs — indent style
5 letter words containing 1
- 1-2-3 — Lotus 1-2-3
- 6.001 — (education) /siks dub*l oh wun/, /dub*l oh wun/ or rarely /siks dub*l oh fun/ MIT's introductory computer class for majors, known for its intensity. Developed by Gerald Sussman and Hal Abelson, the course is taught in Scheme and introduces recursion, higher-order functions, object-oriented programming and much more. Students who grasp the metacircular interpreter gain entry into the Knights of the Lambda-Calculus. 6.001 has been exported to several other colleges, sometimes successfully. The textbook, "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs", written with Julie Sussman is a classic that can be found on the shelves of many computer scientists, whether they took the course or not. Legendary characters from the class, problem sets, and book include the wise Alyssa P. Hacker, Ben Bitdiddle, Lem E. Tweakit and Eva Lu Ator, the careless Louis Reasoner and Captain Abstraction.
- 802.1 — IEEE 802.1
- 16450 — (hardware) A UART with a one-byte FIFO buffer. The 16450 is a higher speed, fixed version of the 8250. It was superseded by the 16550. The 16450 was used for the IBM PC AT and PS/2 but will not work in a IBM PC XT.
- 16550 — (hardware) A version of the 16450 UART with a 16-byte FIFO. Superseded by the 16550A. This chip might not operate correctly with all software. The 16C550 is a CMOS version.
6 letter words containing 1
- 1.tr.6 — (networking, protocol) A control channel protocol for ISDN. It is a national standard in Germany but is being replaced by Euro-ISDN.
- 16550a — (hardware) A version of the 16550 UART. Superseded by the 16650.
- 16750c — (hardware) A UART with a 64-byte FIFO. The 16C750 is a CMOS version.
- 16c550 — 16550
- 16c750 — 16750C
7 letter words containing 1
- 10base2 — (networking) (Or "cheapernet") The variant of Ethernet that uses thin coaxial cable (RG-58 or similar), as opposed to 10base5 cable. The "10" means 10 Mbps, "base" means "baseband" as opposed to radio frequency and "2" means a maximum single cable length of 200m.
- 10base5 — (networking) An Ethernet network cabling specification operating at ten Mbps, "baseband" (as opposed to radio frequency), and with a maximum single cable length of 500 metres. This is normally carried on RG8 cable. Compare 10base2, 10baseT.
- 10baset — (networking) A variant of Ethernet which allows stations to be attached via twisted pair cable.
- 51forth — (language) A subroutine-threaded Forth for the 8051 by Scott Gehmlich. It comes with source and documentation.
- 802.11a — (networking) A radio-based LAN protocol which speaks OFDM at 5GHz, one of the two wi-fi protocols.
8 letter words containing 1
- 100baset — (networking) Any of several Fast Ethernet 100 MBps CSMA/CD standards for twisted pair cables, including: 100BaseTx (100 Mbps over two-pair Cat5 or better cable), 100BaseT4 (100 Mbps over four-pair Cat3 or better cable), 100BaseT2 (in committee; 100 Mbps over two-pair Cat3 or better cable). All are standards (or planned standards) under IEEE 802.3.
- bliss-10 — (language) A version of BLISS from CMU for the PDP-10.
- bliss-11 — (language) A cross-compiler for the PDP-11 running on a PDP-10. Written at CMU to support the C.mmp/Hydra project.
- dsp56001 — A digital signal processing chip from Motorola. An assembler called a56 is available.
- is-11172 — (standard) The International Standard for MPEG-1 compression.
9 letter words containing 1
- 100basefx — (networking) Fast Ethernet over optical fibre.
- 100basetx — (networking) The predominant form of Fast Ethernet. 100BaseTX runs over two pairs of wires in category 5 cable.
- 100basevg — (networking) A 100 MBps Ethernet standard specified to run over four pairs of category 3 UTP wires (known as voice grade, hence the "VG"). It is also called 100VG-AnyLAN because it was defined to carry both Ethernet and token ring frame types. 100BaseVG was originally proposed by Hewlett-Packard, ratified by the ISO in 1995 and practically extinct by 1998. 100BaseVG started in the IEEE 802.3u committee as Fast Ethernet. One faction wanted to keep CSMA/CD in order to keep it pure Ethernet, even though the collision domain problem limited the distances to one tenth that of 10baseT. Another faction wanted to change to a polling architecture from the hub (they called it "demand priority") in order to maintain the 10baseT distances, and also to make it a deterministic protocol. The CSMA/CD crowd said, "This is 802.3 -- the Ethernet committee. If you guys want to make a different protocol, form your own committee". The IEEE 802.12 committee was thus formed and standardised 100BaseVG. The rest is history.
- bliss-16c — (language) DEC's cross-compiler equivalent of BLISS-11.
- xmodem-1k — A version of XMODEM using 1 kilobyte packets.
10 letter words containing 1
- iodine-131 — a radioactive isotope of iodine having a mass number 131 and a half-life of 8.6 days, used in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the thyroid gland.
11 letter words containing 1
- 192.168.1.1 — (networking) The default IP address used to connect to many brands of router to set them up. It can be used from a web browser in the URL http://192.168.1.1. This URL, and the necessary default login details, are often printed on the router. The same address may also be accessible via a telnet command line interface. This is a private address that is only visible when connected directly to the router, i.e. it will not be routed by other network hardware.
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- dod-std-2167a — (standard) A DoD standard specifying the overall process for the development and documentation of mission-critical software systems.
- interleukin-1 — any of several proteins released from certain cells, especially macrophages, and having various effects on the activity of other cells, as promoting inflammation or enhancing T-cell proliferation. Abbreviation: IL-1.
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