crisp-fried potatoes made by dicing, chopping, or mashing boiled potatoes and browning them in hot fat or oil.
diced boiled potatoes mixed with chopped onion, shaped and fried until brown
- Hash bucket
noun The Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco, a haunt of hippies during the 1960s; the HAIGHT (1960s+ Counterculture)
- Hash character
character “#”, ASCII character 35. Common names: number sign; pound; pound sign; hash; sharp; crunch; hex; INTERCAL: mesh. Rare: grid; crosshatch; octothorpe; flash; ITU-T: square, pig-pen; tictactoe; scratchmark; thud; thump; splat. The pronunciation of “#” as “pound” is common in the US but a bad idea; Commonwealth Hackish has its own, rather more apposite use […]
- Hash coding
programming, algorithm (Or “hashing”) A scheme for providing rapid access to data items which are distinguished by some key. Each data item to be stored is associated with a key, e.g. the name of a person. A hash function is applied to the item’s key and the resulting hash value is used as an index […]