ACK

Acknowledgment

ACK

Acknowledgement of receipt of data - usually applied to simple character based protocols which use SAW (send and wait) techniques. ACK is an ASCII or EBCDIC control character.

ACK

A positive acknowledgement, sent by the receiving system to the sender, after having successfully processed a request message....
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Ack

Ack was British army Royal Artillery slang for an assistant.
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ack

acknowledged
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ACK

Acknowledgement
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ACK

Acknowledgement, details ...
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ACK

In serial port modem communications, A control code (06h) sent to a sending station or computer by the receiving unit to acknowledge either that the receiver is ready to accept transmissions or that transmitted data arrived without error. The ability to receive and send acknowledgment signals is built into the hardware and software. For example, th...
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Ack

In telecommunications, ACK is the 'acknowledge' character in many data codes; used most commonly for an affirmative response of correct receipt.
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