adjective easy to read; prepared to be suited for readers Examples The reader-friendly device was easy to learn. Word Origin by 1983 Usage Note also reader-friendliness , n.
[ree-der] /ˈri dər/ noun 1. a person who . 2. a schoolbook for instruction and practice in . a second-grade reader. 3. a book of collected or assorted writings, especially when related in theme, authorship, or instructive purpose; anthology: a Hemingway reader; a sci-fi reader. 4. a person employed to read and evaluate manuscripts offered […]
[ree-der-ship] /ˈri dərˌʃɪp/ noun 1. the people who read or are thought to read a particular book, newspaper, magazine, etc.: The periodical has a dwindling readership. 2. the duty, status, or profession of a . 3. (especially in British universities) the position of instructor or lecturer. 4. the state or quality of being a reader: […]
- Read-eval-print loop
language, LISP, programming (REPL) A programming structure within LISP which repeatedly reads a form from the user, evaluates it, and displays the result. A read-eval-print loop forms the basis of the Top-Level shell that programmers of the LISP family of languages interact with. In many dialects of LISP a very simple REPL could be implemented […]