Also R.C.. Roman Catholic
China (international car registration)
1. (run commands) The filename extension common to many Unix configuration files, e.g. .newsrc, .cshrc, .twmrc, elmrc, etc.
The suffix “rc” derives from a script-creation utility in CTSS called “runcom” (for “run commands”).
Unix FAQ (http://cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/unix-faq/faq/top.html).
2. A shell from AT&T’s Plan 9, by Tom Duff. rc offers much the same capabilities as a traditional Bourne shell, but with a much cleaner syntax.
An open source reimplementation was made by Byron Rakitzis, and is now maintained by Tim Goodwin .
Latest version: 1.6, as of 2000-06-15.
red card (soccer)
Taiwan (international vehicle ID)
rolls of court
1. Red Cross. 2. Reserve Corps. 3. Roman Catholic. rolls of court
cryptography A cipher designed by RSA Data Security, Inc. which can accept keys of arbitrary length, and is essentially a pseudo random number generator with the output of the generator being XORed with the data stream to produce the encrypted data. For this reason, it is very important that the same RC4 key never be […]
1. Radio Corporation of America. 2. Royal College of Art. abbreviation 1. (formerly) Radio Corporation of America 2. Royal Canadian Academy 3. Royal College of Art 4. Central African Republic (international car registration) n. 1922, initialism of Radio Corporation of America. Central African Republic (international vehicle ID)
- Rca 1802
processor An extremely simple microprocessor fabricated in CMOS, running at 6.4 MHz at 10V (very fast for 1974). It could be suspended with the clock stopped. It was an 8-bit processor, with 16-bit addressing. Simplicity was the primary design goal, and in that sense it was one of the first RISC chips. It had sixteen […]