command

A word or phrase, usually found in a menu, that the user chooses in order to carry out an action. The user chooses a command from a menu, or type a command in response to a prompt. The user can also type a command in the Run dialogue box from the 'start' button in Win '95 or later.

command

[n] - a position of highest authority 2. [n] - a military unit or region under the control of a single officer 3. [n] - an authoritative direction or instruction to do something 4. [n] - great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity 5. [n] - the power or authority to command 6. [n] - availability for use 7....
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Command

This gives a sense of urgency, requiring action from others. e.g. Do this!
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Command

An instruction to tell the Amiga to do something. These can be entered into the AmigaShell (CLI). E.g. LIST DF0:
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Command

Com·mand' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Commanded ; present participle & verbal noun Commanding .] [ Middle English comaunden , commanden , Old French comander , French commander , from Latin...
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Command

Com·mand' intransitive verb 1. To have or to exercise direct authority; to govern; to sway; to influence; to give an order or orders. « And reigned, commanding in his monarchy. Shak. » « For the king had so commanded concerning [ Haman]. Esth. iii....
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Command

Com·mand' noun 1. An authoritative order requiring obedience; a mandate; an injunction. « Awaiting what command their mighty chief Had to impose. Milton. » 2. The possession or exercise of authority. « Command and force may often create, but ...
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command

control 1 mastery noun great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity; `a good command of French`
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command

noun the power or authority to command; `an admiral in command`
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command

noun an authoritative direction or instruction to do something
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command

noun a military unit or region under the control of a single officer
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command

noun a position of highest authority; `the corporation has just undergone a change in command`
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command

require verb make someone do something
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command

noun (computer science) a line of code written as part of a computer program
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command

overlook verb look down on; `The villa dominates the town`
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Command

• (v. t.) To exercise direct authority over; to have control of; to have at one`s disposal; to lead. • (v. i.) To have or to exercise direct authority; to govern; to sway; to influence; to give an order or orders. • (v. t.) To order with authority; to lay injunction upon; to direct; to bid; to charge. • (n.) A body of troops, or...
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command

(from the article `applied logic`) Some scholars have maintained that there cannot be a logic of commands (instructions, orders), inasmuch as there can be no logic in which validity of ...
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command

(from the article `general staff`) in the military, a group of officers that assists the commander of a division or larger unit by formulating and disseminating his policies, ... As armoured tactics developed, the position of the commander as well as the role he played in battle changed. Primitive and ancient commanders, with ... [2...
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command

command 1. To direct with authority; to give orders to. 2. To have control or authority over; to rule; a military unit or region under the control of a single officer: 'A general who commands an army.' 3. To have at one's disposal: 'A person who commands seven languages.' 4. To deserve and receive as due; exact: 'The troops' bravery commanded resp...
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Command

[teaching style] The Command teaching style is the closest approximation to the traditional system of education under the progressive teaching technology, Student-Directed Teaching. As part of the five distinct teaching styles developed by Don Green, Command is the most readily understood by students, as it is most similar to what they are ...
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command

information used to cause a change of state of operational equipment
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Command

[military formation] A command in military terminology is an organisational unit for which the individual in Military command is responsible. A Commander will normally be specifically appointed to the role in order to provide a legal framework for the authority bestowed. Naval and military officers have legal authority by virtue of their of...
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Command

[computing] In computing, a command is a directive to a computer program acting as an interpreter of some kind, in order to perform a specific task. Most commonly a command is a directive to some kind of command-line interface, such as a shell. Specifically, the term command is used in imperative computer languages. These languages are call...
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command

A timed sequence of controller inputs. e.g. Ryu
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Command

An instruction that is issued to the computer from a command line or prompt.
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