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- 8.3 — (file system, filename extension) A common shorthand for the limits on filename length imposed by the file system used by MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows - at most eight characters, followed by a ".", followed by a filename extension of at most three characters.
- 386 — Intel 80386
- 486 — Intel 486
- 586 — (processor) What Intel's Pentium was not called.
- 686 — (processor) Pentium Pro or possibly Cyrix 6x86.
4 letter words containing 8
- 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
- 2780 — Binary Synchronous Transmission
- 3780 — Binary Synchronous Transmission
- 6800 — Motorola 6800
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- 16c850 — (hardware) A version of the 16450 UART in CMOS with 128-byte FIFO.
- 386bsd — (operating system) (Or "jolix /joh'liks/) A free software port originally derived from the generally available parts of the "Berkeley Net Release/2" to the Intel i386 architecture by William Jolitz and friends. The name Jolix is used to differentiate it from BSDI's port based on the same source tape, which is called BSD/386. Many new and innovative features were added to 386BSD following its original release in June 1992. An unofficial patchkit, available from many anonymous FTP archives, solves many of the problems associated with 386BSD Version 0.1. In addition, many common Unix packages have been ported. 386BSD has been superseded by FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD.
- 68hc11 — Motorola 68HC11
- 8514-a — 8514
- 88open — (body) A consortium with the aim of creating a multi-vendor open computing environment based on the Motorola 88000 RISC processor family.
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- 68lc040 — Motorola 68LC040
- 802.11a — (networking) A radio-based LAN protocol which speaks OFDM at 5GHz, one of the two wi-fi protocols.
- 802.11b — (networking) An IEEE wireless local area networks (WLAN) standard protocol which speaks DSSS at 2.4GHz. 802.11b is one of the two wi-fi protocols. It operates at 11 megabits per second (Mbps) compared with 802.11g which operates at 54 Mbps.
- 802.11g — (networking, standard) An IEEE wireless local area network (WLAN) standard protocol, expected to be approved in June 2003. 802.11g offers wireless transmission over relatively short distances at up to 54 megabits per second (Mbps). 802.11g operates in the 2.4 GHz range and is thus compatible with 802.11b (11 Mbps Wi-Fi).
- 82430hx — Triton II
8 letter words containing 8
- cy486slc — A version of the Intel 486 made by Cyrix. It has a 486SX instruction set, a 1 kilobyte cache, and an Intel 80386SX-compatible pinout and thus, 16-bit data bus.
- is-13818 — (standard) The International Standard for MPEG-2 compression.
- scheme84 — Scheme from Indiana University. It requires Franz Lisp on a VAX under VMS or BSD. E-mail: Nancy Garrett <[email protected]>. Send a tape with return postage to Scheme84 Distribution, Nancy Garrett, c/o Dan Friedman, Department of Computer Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Telephone: +1 (812) 335 9770.
- scheme88 — ftp://nexus.yorku.ca/pub/scheme/.
- strand88 — A commercial implementation of Strand from Strand Software Technologies Ltd., UK and Strand Software, Beaverton, OR, USA. E-mail: <[email protected]>.
9 letter words containing 8
- loglan'82 — (language) A teaching language including all the programming tools used in object-oriented programming, modular programming, and structured programming as well as programming by rules and functional programming. Supported object-oriented programming features include classes, objects, coroutines, processes (in Loglan'82 processes are objects which are able to act in parallel), inheritance, exception handling, and dynamic arrays. Loglan'82 is apparently unrelated to Loglan. A cross-compiler to C is here.
- loglan-88 — (language) An object-oriented language from the Institute of Informatics at Warsaw University. Loglan-88 is apparently unrelated to Loglan.
- pascal-80 — A successor of Platon. Developed at RC International for systems programming. Later it was renamed Real-Time Pascal. "PASCAL80 Report", J. Staunstrup, RC Intl, Denmark Jan 1980.
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- specmark89 — (benchmark) An old SPECmark benchmark result derived from a set of floating-point and integer benchmarks. It is the geometric mean of ten SPEC ratios of the outdated 1989 SPEC benchmark suite. The use of SPECmark89 is strongly discouraged, having been superseded by CINT92 and CFP92.
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- 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.
- multipop-68 — (operating system) An early time-sharing operating system developed in Edinburgh by Robin Popplestone and others. It was inspired by MIT' Project MAC, via a "MiniMac" project which was aborted when it became obvious that Elliot Brothers Ltd. could not supply the necessary disk storage. Multipop was highly efficient in its use of machine resources to support symbolic programming, and effective - e.g. in supporting the development of the Boyer-Moore theorem prover and of Burstall and Darlington's transformation work. It was not good at supporting the user programs which were then the standard fare of computing, e.g. matrix inversion. This arose from the fact that while the POP-2 compiler generated good code for function call (which is a lot of what layered systems like operating systems do) it did not generate efficient code for arithmetic or store access, because there was no way to police the generation of illegal objects statically. (Hindley-Milner type checking did not exist). Indeed, since many OS features like file-access were performed by function-call (of a closure) rather than an OS call requiring a context switch, POP-2 actually gained performance. Multipop68 was efficient primarily because the one language, POP-2 served all purposes: it was the command language for the operating system as well as being the only available programming language. Thus there was no need to swap in compilers etc. All store management was accomplished uniformly by the garbage collector, as opposed to having store management for the OS and store management for each application. There was a substantial amount of assembly language in Multipop68. This was primarily for interrupt handling, and it is difficult to handle this without a real-time garbage-collector.
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- 386spart.par — (operating system) (Or "WIN386.SWP") 386SPART.PAR was a hidden file created by Windows 3.1 for use as virtual memory swap file. It was generally found in the root directory, however it could appear elsewhere. Its size depended on how much virtual memory you set up.
- dod-std-2168 — (standard) A DoD standard for software quality assurance procedures.
- smalltalk-80 — (language) The classic standard Smalltalk dialect, described in Adele's book, cited below, commonly known as "The Blue Book". Mail server: [email protected]
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