Words ending with 2

1 letter words ending with 2

  • 2 — (convention, character)   In names of translation software, infix 2 often represents the word "to" with the connotation "translate to", as in dvi2ps (DVI to PostScript), int2string (integer to string) and texi2roff (Texinfo to [nt]roff).
  • blaze 2 — An object-oriented successor to BLAZE.
  • device control 2 — (character)   (DC2) The mnemonic for ASCII character 18, one of the four Device Control characters.
  • exec 2 — 1.   (language)   A scripting language produced by IBM in the late 1970s. Superseded by REXX. 2.   (operating system)   An archaic operating system from UNIVAC. By about 1980 it had been replaced by EXEC 8.
  • flex 2 — (language)   A preprocessor designed to make Fortran look more like Pascal, developed in about 1980.

2 letter words ending with 2

  • a2 — an advanced level of a subject taken for the General Certificate of Education, forming the second part of an A level course, after the AS level
  • c2 — a skilled manual worker, or a manual worker with responsibility for other people
  • e2 — (communications)   A European framing specification for the transmission of four multiplexed E1 data streams, resulting in a transmission rate of 8.448 Mb/s (= 8448 kb/s).
  • g2 — A real-time expert system from Gensym Corporation.
  • k2 — Also called Godwin Austen [god-win aw-stin] /ˈgɒd wɪn ˈɔ stɪn/ (Show IPA), Dapsang [duh p-suhng] /dəpˈsʌŋ/ (Show IPA). a mountain in N Kashmir, in the Karakoram range: second highest peak in the world. 28,250 feet (8611 meters).

3 letter words ending with 2

  • 822 — RFC 822
  • ac2 — (audio)   An audio format, succeded by AC3.
  • cm2 — square centimeter(s)
  • co2 — (language, database)   An object-oriented database language combining C and O2, from GIP Altair, Versailles, France.
  • db2 — (database)   A relational database from IBM. When running under IBM's MVS (Multiple Virtual Storage) operating system, DB2 is implemented on top of VSAM and uses its underlying data structures. DB2, later called "DB2 Universal DataBase", also runs under windows NT, AIX, Solaris and, most recently, Linux.

4 letter words ending with 2

  • 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
  • 6502 — (hardware)   An eight-bit microprocessor designed by MOS Technology around 1975 and made by Rockwell. Unlike the Intel 8080 and its kind, the 6502 had very few registers. It was an 8-bit processor, with 16-bit address bus. Inside was one 8-bit data register (accumulator), two 8-bit index registers and an 8-bit stack pointer (stack was preset from address 256 to 511). It used these index and stack registers effectively, with more addressing modes, including a fast zero-page mode that accessed memory locations from address 0 to 255 with an 8-bit address (it didn't have to fetch a second byte for the address). Back when the 6502 was introduced, RAM was actually faster than CPUs, so it made sense to optimise for RAM access rather than increase the number of registers on a chip. The 6502 was used in the BBC Microcomputer, Apple II, Commodore, Apple Computer and Atari personal computers. Steve Wozniak described it as the first chip you could get for less than a hundred dollars (actually a quarter of the 6800 price). The 6502's indirect jump instruction, JMP (xxxx), was broken. If the address was hexadecimal xxFF, the processor would not access the address stored in xxFF and xxFF + 1, but rather xxFF and xx00. The 6510 did not fix this bug, nor was it fixed in any of the other NMOS versions of the 6502 such as the 8502. Bill Mensch at Western Design Center was probably the first to fix it, in the 65C02. The 6502 also had undocumented instructions. The 65816 is an expanded version of the 6502. There is a 6502 assembler by Doug Jones <[email protected]> which supports macros and conditional features and can be used for linkage editing of object files. It requires Pascal. See also cross-assembler, RTI, Small-C.
  • 8052 — Intel 8051
  • act2 — (language)   An actor language.
  • apl2 — (language)   An APL extension from IBM with nested arrays.

5 letter words ending with 2

  • 802.2 — IEEE 802.2
  • ata-2 — Advanced Technology Attachment Interface with Extensions
  • cfp92 — SPEC CFP92
  • cltl2 — Aluminum Book
  • cms-2 — (language)   A general purpose language used for command and control applications in the US Navy. Variants: CMS-2M and CMS-2Y.

6 letter words ending with 2

  • cint92 — SPEC CINT92
  • dpl-82 — ["DPL-82: A Language for Distributed Processing", L. Ericson, Proc 3rd Intl Conf Distrib Comp Sys, IEEE 1982, pp.526-531].
  • ibpag2 — Icon-Based Parser Generation System 2
  • magma2 — (language)   A language that allows programmability of the control environment, e.g. recursion, backtracking, coroutines, nondeterminism, etc. Magma2 was the successor to MagmaLISP.
  • mpeg-2 — (compression, standard, algorithm, file format)   A variant of the MPEG video and audio compression algorithm and file format, optimised for broadcast quality video. MPEG-2 was designed to transmit images using progressive coding at 4 Mbps or higher for use in broadcast digital TV and DVD. An MPEG-2 player can handle MPEG-1 data as well. MPEG-2 has been approved as International Standard IS-13818.

7 letter words ending with 2

  • 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.
  • cdp1802 — RCA 1802
  • eia-232 — (communications, standard)   (Formerly "RS-232") The most common asynchronous serial line standard. EIA-232 is the EIA equivalent of ITU-T V.24, and V.28. EIA-232 specifies the gender and pin use of connectors, but not their physical type. RS-423 specifies the electrical signals. 25-way D-type connectors are common but often only three wires are connected - one ground (pin 7) and one for data in each direction. The other pins are primarily related to hardware handshaking between sender and receiver and to carrier detection on modems, inoperative circuits, busy conditions etc. The standard classifies equipment as either Data Communications Equipment (DCE) or Data Terminal Equipment (DTE). DTE receives data on pin 3 and transmits on pin 2 (TD). A DCE EIA-232 interface has a female connector. DCE receives data from DTE on pin 2 (TD) and sends that data out the analog line. Data received from the analog line is sent by the DCE on pin 3(RD). Originally DCE was a modem and DTE was a computer or terminal. The terminal or computer was connected (via EIA-232) to two modems, which were connected via a telephone line. The above arrangement allows a computer or terminal to be connected to a modem with a straight-through (2-2, 3-3) cable. It is common, however, to find equipment with the wrong sex connector or with pins two and three reversed, requiring the insertion of a cable or adaptor wired as a gender mender or null modem. Such an adaptor is also required when connecting a computer directly to a terminal or to another computer without the use of modems.
  • eia-422 — (communications, standard)   (Formerly "RS-422") An EIA serial line standard which specifies 4-wire, full-duplex, differential line, multi-drop communications. The mechanical connections for this interface are specified by EIA-449. The maximum cable length is 1200m. Maximum data rates are 10Mbps at 1.2m or 100Kbps at 1200m. EIA-422 cannot implement a truly multi-point communications network (such as with EIA-485), although only one driver can be connected to up to ten receivers. The best use of EIA-422 is probably in EIA-232 extension cords.
  • snobol2 — A SNOBOL variant which existed only briefly. It featured built-in functions, but not programmer-defined ones.

8 letter words ending with 2

  • bliss-32 — (language)   A version of BLISS from DEC for VAX/VMS.
  • catch-22 — If you describe a situation as a Catch-22, you mean it is an impossible situation because you cannot do one thing until you do another thing, but you cannot do the second thing until you do the first thing.
  • is-11172 — (standard)   The International Standard for MPEG-1 compression.
  • modula-2 — (language)   A high-level programming language designed by Niklaus Wirth at ETH in 1978. It is a derivative of Pascal with well-defined interfaces between modules, and facilities for parallel computation. Modula-2 was developed as the system language for the Lilith workstation. The central concept is the module which may be used to encapsulate a set of related subprograms and data structures, and restrict their visibility from other portions of the program. Each module has a definition part giving the interface, and an implementation part. The language provides limited single-processor concurrency (monitors, coroutines and explicit transfer of control) and hardware access (absolute addresses and interrupts). It uses name equivalence.
  • oberon-2 — (language)   A superset of Oberon-1, developed by H. Moessenboeck in 1991 to add object-orientation. Oberon-2 was a redesign of Object Oberon. It included type-bound procedures (equivalent to methods), read-only export of variables and record fields, open array variables, and a "with" statement with variants. It reintroduced the "for" statement. There is an Oberon-2 Lex scanner and Yacc parser by Stephen J Bevan of Manchester University, UK, based on the one in the Mo"ssenbo"ck and Wirth reference. Version 1.4.

9 letter words ending with 2

  • 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.
  • specint92 — (benchmark)   A benchmark result derived from the results of a set of integer benchmarks from SPEC (geometric mean of the 6 SPEC ratios of CINT92) which can be used to estimate a machine's single-tasking performance on integer code. SPECint92 obsoletes SPECint89. See also SPECbase_int92.

11 letter words ending with 2

13 letter words ending with 2

  • interleukin-2 — Immunology. a lymphokine protein, secreted by T cells in response to antigen and interleukin 1, that stimulates the proliferation of T cells.
  • phosphorus-32 — a radioactive isotope of phosphorus, used as a chemotherapeutic agent.
  • specbase_fp92 — A variant of SPECfp92 that reports "baseline" results, using stricter run rules.
  • specrate_fp92 — (benchmark)   A benchmark result derived from the results of a set of floating-point benchmarks (the geometric mean of 14 SPEC rates from CFP92) run multiple times simultaneously, which can be used to estimate a machine's overall multi-tasking throughput for floating-point code. It is typically used on multiprocessor machines. SPECrate_fp92 obsoletes SPECfpThruput89.

14 letter words ending with 2

  • specbase_int92 — A variant of SPECint92 that reports "baseline" results, using stricter run rules.
  • specrate_int92 — (benchmark)   The integer SPECrate derived from the results of a set of integer benchmarks (the geometric mean of six SPEC rates from CINT92) run multiple times simultaneously, and can be used to estimate a machine's overall multi-tasking throughput for integer code. It is typically used on multiprocessor machines. SPECrate_int92 obsoletes SPECintThruput89. See also SPECbaserate.

18 letter words ending with 2

  • specrate_base_fp92 — (benchmark)   A variant of SPECrate_fp92 that reports "baseline" results, using stricter run rules.

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