(printing) type matter, blocks, etc, assembled in a chase and ready for printing
An object-oriented language for music composition and synthesis, written in VLISP.
[“Formes: Composition and Scheduling of Processes”, X. Rodet & P. Cointe, Computer Music J 8(3):32-50 (Fall 1984)].
noun 1. Computers. the design specifications of computing electronics that enforce uniformity and allow interchangeability of components: the form factor for circuit boards. 2. the physical dimensions of an electronic device: The form factor of the new phone is thinner and lighter than that of the older models.
- Form feed
character (FF, Control-L, ASCII 12) The character used to start a new page on a printer. This is done by “feeding” a new page (or “form”) through the printer. (1996-06-24)
[fawrm-fit-ing] /ˈfɔrmˌfɪt ɪŋ/ adjective 1. designed to fit snugly around a given shape; close-fitting: a formfitting blouse.
[fawrm-fuh l] /ˈfɔrm fəl/ adjective 1. displaying excellent , especially in performing a sport.