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Definitions

  1. A Readable is a source of characters.
  2. Highly readable, the second edition of Postmodernism Is Not What You Think responds to the widespread claim that postmodernism is over. (Web site)
  3. Absorbing and readable, the biography nevertheless creates in the reader a yearning for a biographer who might capture Colette's inner life. (Web site)

Study

  1. In conclusion, this book gives a readable and extensive account of methods used to study the stable homotopy groups of spheres.

Readable State

  1. Make sure to remember your password or you would not be able to decrypt files to "normal", readable state. (Web site)

Readable Work

  1. This enlightening and very readable work describes the traditional art form and how it is created using natural dyes and mud from local riverbanks.
  2. This is a landmark and highly readable work of scholarship that sheds light on the last great era of Italian opera. (Web site)

Powerful Assembly Language

  1. At the same time, HLA was designed to allow advanced assembly language programmers write more readable and more powerful assembly language code. (Web site)

Readable Fashion

  1. In The Politics of Collective Violence, he provides, in a readable fashion, an analysis of collective violence through time and space. (Web site)

Readable Treatment

  1. A highly detailed, yet readable treatment of the growing field of robust statistics----the statistics of approximate parametric models.

Readable Prose

  1. The translation of the Nibelungenlied by A. T. Hatto takes the poem from its poetic roots and turns it into readable prose in an effective manner. (Web site)

Perfectly Readable

  1. The story is perfectly readable, but it is no match for Dickens, Wilkie Collins or even Bram Stoker. (Web site)

Readable Version

  1. The legend of its translation into Greeks: Ptolemy II Philadelphus (283-247 B.C.), a bibliophile, wanted a readable version for the Library of Alexandria.

Obscure Period

  1. The Last Roman is easily the most readable book on the last years of the Western empire, and it stands as a great introduction to this obscure period. (Web site)

Legible

  1. It is often thought that in print serif fonts are more legible, while on screen sans-serif fonts are more readable.
  2. While in print serifed fonts are considered more readable, sans-serif is considered more legible on computer screens.

Slab Serif Fonts

  1. Slab serif fonts are often, but not always very readable. (Web site)

Immensely Readable Style

  1. With an immensely readable style this book inspires and encourages students to complete their course and become a nurse.

Readable Collection

  1. The Circumcision Information Pages contain a more readable collection of information, suitable for parents and educators.

Readable Way

  1. You might want to unhash 3 lines in the code (starting with my $textual = $ciphertext) to show the ciphertext in a bit more readable way.

Readable Survey

  1. LANGUAGE, by Edward Sapir (1921), is a readable survey of linguistics that is still worthwhile despite its age. (Web site)

Readable Manner

  1. No other book covers the topic of object-oriented software development in Perl in such breadth, to such depth, or in such a readable manner.
  2. Most of this material is presented in an accessible and readable manner and most graduate students in economics should be able to read the book. (Web site)

Readable Summary

  1. Concise, readable summary and analysis of Catholic statements and documents by two rabbis beginning with the Second Vatican Council.
  2. A very readable summary of the bhikkhus' Vinaya rules, aimed at giving laypeople a better understanding of the monks' way of life. (Web site)

World Readable

  1. The current policy regarding log files and configuration files is that they are world readable unless they provide sensitive information. (Web site)

Readable Text

  1. Rosenlicht's book Introduction to Analysis is a very readable text, done using metric spaces, and costs a mere $10.
  2. Still, this is a great, readable text on salvation, and everyone who wants to learn more about this great doctrine should read it.

Printed Forms

  1. The printed forms however are claimed by some to be actually more readable when used for printing Germanic languages[ citation needed].

Form Readable

  1. Encryption is the mutation of information into a form readable only with a decryption key.

Readable Style

  1. Eschews the ``theorem-proof-remarks'' format of mathematics in favor of a more readable style commonly used in physical science. (Web site)
  2. Written in a highly readable style, this book offers an insiders view of how change management has evolved in the latter half of the twentieth century. (Web site)
  3. The book has a readable style, and covers this algorithm in greater detail than I've ever seen one covered before.

Eminently Readable

  1. This eminently readable and thoroughly researched volume should be in the library of anyone who is interested in this rich spiritual tradition. (Web site)
  2. Comprehensive and eminently readable, Constitutional Odyssey is as important as ever. (Web site)
  3. Exhaustively detailed yet eminently readable, this is an important book, though it moves too quickly through Heisenberg's 30 postwar years.

Quite Readable

  1. Slab serif fonts tend to be sturdy looking and are generally quite readable. (Web site)
  2. At the same time, the books are quite readable to anyone who has a high school diploma.
  3. The following article deals with Noncommutative quantum field theory and is a Physics Report on the subject, so it's quite readable.

Human Readable Form

  1. Ctags can also generate a cross reference file which lists information about the various objects found in a set of C language files in human readable form. (Web site)
  2. Packet sniffers capture "binary" data passing through the network, most if not all decent sniffers "decode" this data into a human readable form.

Readable Form

  1. It captures the data passing through your dial-up connection or network Ethernet card, analyzes this data and then represents it in an easily readable form. (Web site)
  2. This technique is unique and very convenient for implementing pages with a lot of dynamic content in a readable form; for instance, a live news feed.
  3. If this option is given, pppd # will log the contents of all control packets sent or received in a # readable form. (Web site)

Plain Text

  1. Plain Text is clear text, readable by anyone – it is the opposite of cipher text.
  2. These streams consist of data in plain text (i.e., human readable characters) and are considered to be special types of files. (Web site)

Human Readable

  1. The CSS1 language is human readable and writable, and expresses style in common desktop publishing terminology. (Web site)
  2. Loosely coupled systems communicate through intermediate documents that are typically human readable (e.g.

Limited

  1. For quantum optics, the most readable but most limited. (Web site)
  2. Obfuscation differs from encryption by being more secure and not limited to a range of human readable characters. (Web site)
  3. For example, computer readable media can include but are not limited to magnetic storage devices (e.g., hard disk, floppy disk, magnetic strips. (Web site)

Memory

  1. As the key or key schedule is stored in memory, the encryption can be compromised if memory is readable.
  2. The memory may be considered a computer readable storage medium. (Web site)

Root

  1. This option must be given if sshd is not run as root (as the normal host key files are normally not readable by anyone but root). (Web site)
  2. The encrypted password is not visible in the password file but stored in a shadow file that is only readable by root.

Program

  1. This program encrypts text so that it is not readable as a human language. (Web site)

User Friendly

  1. Easily reused and maintained, readable and user friendly, Ada code facilitates such massive software projects as the Space Station and the Paris Metro.

Analysis

  1. How to Build Social Science Theories is a sophisticated yet readable analysis presented by internationally known experts in social science methodology.
  2. An iconclastic and highly readable analysis, this book will be enjoyed by all those interested in the development of the American arts in the 20th century. (Web site)
  3. The book is intended to be readable by students who have had basic graduate courses in real analysis, set-theoretic topology, and algebra. (Web site)

Xml

  1. And as you'll discover, XML is easy to understand, easy to use, and easy to apply -- especially with this friendly, readable book as your guide. (Web site)

Converting

  1. The TimeLine editor simplified the task of converting a large body of English prose requirements into formal, yet readable, logic requirements.

Published

  1. Read more Published 10 months ago by Luciferal A readable, addicting, fascinating masterpiece I don't really have anything to say about Dhalgren.

Authoritative

  1. Instruments and Experiments in the History of Chemistry is authoritative, engrossing, and above all, readable. (Web site)
  2. This is a readable, authoritative and innovative study which illuminates our understanding of an obscure period in early Ottoman history.

Particle Physics

  1. It provides a readable and up-to-date overview of both the theoretical and experimental aspects of nuclear and particle physics. (Web site)
  2. The third edition of this well-received book is a readable introduction to the world of particle physics.

Expressive

  1. It offers software developers the ability to code in a syntax that is very readable and expressive. (Web site)

Articles

  1. In this collection of nearly 100 signed (and very readable) articles by noted Egyptologists (vs. (Web site)

Directories

  1. Any directories and files readable by that user are available via FTP.[3] All in all, perfectly paranoid. (Web site)
  2. Most operating systems allow the creation of a directories that are world writable but not world readable. (Web site)

Certificates

  1. Certificates are "signed" by some authority, are readable by anyone, and can be verified by anyone knowing the public key of the authority. (Web site)

Simple

  1. Eiffel's simplicity is intended to promote simple, readable, usable, reusable, reliable and correct answers to business problems. (Web site)
  2. The focus of SWTBot is to provide a simple, readable and fast way to write tests. (Web site)

Straightforward

  1. Using a straightforward, readable, and helpful style, this book provides a thorough treatment of boundary-value problems and partial differential equations. (Web site)

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