A means of referencing an object (feature) for the purposes of unique identification and location.
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[n] - the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with 2. [n] - the act of delivering a formal spoken communication to an audience 3. [n] - the manner of speaking to another individual 4. [n] - a sign in front of a house or business carrying the conventio...
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(NETWORK GLOSSARY) Data structure used to identify a unique entity (process, network location, etc.).
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Every memory location is numbered consecutively. This number is the address of the memory location. An address can be a label, number, or name that identifies a register, memory location, or a location on a disk drive or external device accessed via an I/O port.
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To assume a stance straddling the shooting line.
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on the Net, this is an electronic mail address - addresses are often structured person@[subsite.]domain.type.country, e.g. email@example.com. - the type indicates the nature of the organisation running the site, ORGanisation, COmpany, GOVernment, ACademic - not all addresses adhere to this str...
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A hexadecimal number designating the location of a device or of a piece of data.
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The binary number that represents the collection of binary signals used by memoryhardware to determine which memory register to access. See also: Effective Address, Memory.
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The numeric identification code by which a decoder recognises commands directed specifically to it. It is also the identifier that a transponder broadcasts. The address is usually unique for each decoder, but this is not a requirement, this can be useful when more than one decoder is installed in a...
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The label or number identifying the memory location where a unit of information is stored.
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The tag used in HTML, to put the author's contact details (not including their postal address).
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Ad·dress' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Addressed ; present participle & verbal noun Addressing .] [ Middle English adressen to raise erect, adorn, Old French ad...
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