/gnoo’maks/ [contraction of “GNU Emacs”] Often-heard abbreviated name for the GNU project’s flagship tool, Emacs. Used especially in contrast with GOSMACS.
- Gnu general public license
General Public License
- Gnu mirror site
GNU archive site
- Gnu network object model environment
[desk-top] /ˈdɛskˌtɒp/ adjective 1. small or compact enough to fit or be used on a : a desktop calendar. noun 2. the surface of a desk. 3. Computers. /ˈdɛskˌtɒp/ noun 1. the main screen display on a personal computer, from which windows may be opened and programs run 2. (modifier) denoting a computer system, esp […]
tool A command-driven interactive graphing program. Gnuplot can plot two-dimensional functions and data points in many different styles (points, lines, error bars); and three-dimensional data points and surfaces in many different styles (contour plot, mesh). It supports complex arithmetic and user-defined functions and can label title, axes, and data points. It can output to several […]