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  2. Snippet (programming) - Wikipedia

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    Snippet is a programming term for a small region of re-usable source code, machine code, or text. Ordinarily, these are formally defined operative units to incorporate into larger programming modules. Snippet management is a feature of some text editors, program source code editors, IDEs, and related software.

  3. CSS - Wikipedia

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    CSS can define color, font, text alignment, size, borders, spacing, layout and many other typographic characteristics, and can do so independently for on-screen and printed views. CSS also defines non-visual styles, such as reading speed and emphasis for aural text readers.

  4. GNU Compiler Collection - Wikipedia

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    The assembly-generation snippet may be just a string, in which case a simple string substitution of the registers, offsets, and/or addresses into the string is performed. The assembly-generation snippet may also be a short block of C code, performing some additional work, but ultimately returning a string containing the valid assembly code.

  5. Component Object Model - Wikipedia

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    Component Object Model ( COM) is a binary-interface standard for software components introduced by Microsoft in 1993. It is used to enable inter-process communication object creation in a large range of programming languages. COM is the basis for several other Microsoft technologies and frameworks, including OLE, OLE Automation, Browser Helper ...

  6. NTFS - Wikipedia

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    NTFS (NT File System) is a proprietary journaling file system developed by Microsoft. Starting with Windows NT 3.1, it is the default file system of the Windows NT family.. NTFS has several technical improvements over the file systems that it superseded – File Allocation Table (FAT) and High Performance File System (HPFS) – such as improved support for metadata and advanced data structures ...

  7. Assembly language - Wikipedia

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    Assembly code is converted into executable machine code by a utility program referred to as an assembler. The conversion process is referred to as assembly , as in assembling the source code . Assembly language usually has one statement per machine instruction (1:1), but constants, comments , assembler directives , [5] symbolic labels of ...

  8. Design of the FAT file system - Wikipedia

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    While many other vendors have continued to utilize a single-sector setup (logical sector 0 only) for the bootstrap loader, Microsoft's boot sector code has grown to span over logical sectors 0 and 2 since the introduction of FAT32, with logical sector 0 depending on sub-routines in logical sector 2.