/P-C-izm/ A piece of code or coding technique that takes advantage of the unprotected single-tasking environment in IBM PCs and the like, e.g. by busy-waiting on a hardware register, direct diddling of screen memory or using hard timing loops. Compare ill-behaved, vaxism, Unixism.
1. Printer Control Language. A Document description language used by Hewlett-Packard Laserjet printers, a superset of HP-GL/2. [PCL 5 Printer Language Printer Technical Reference Manual, HP 33459-90903. Versions: PCL 3, PCL 5]. 2. Portable CommonLoops. 3. Peripheral Conversion Language. A Honeywell command language for file transfer between I/O devices on the CP-V and CP-6 operating […]
Parallel CLIPS – U Lowell. Concurrent independent CLIPS expert systems. They use ‘rassert’ (remote assert) to enter facts into each other’s database. “PCLIPS: A Distributed Expert System Environment”, R. Miller, CLIPS Users Group Conf, Aug 1990. E-mail: (?).
1. plug-compatible manufacturer. 2. Telecommunications. pulse-code modulation. abbreviation 1. pulse code modulation 1. Pulse Code Modulation. 2. Plug Compatible Manufacturer. (2003-06-24) pulse code modulation