A technique used in database management systems, where a row is locked for writing to prevent other users from accessing data being while it is being updated.
Other techniques are table locking and MVCC.
noun 1. Thomas. ?1586–?1642, English dramatist, who collaborated with John Ford and Thomas Dekker on The Witch of Edmonton (1621) and with Thomas Middleton on The Changeling (1622)
noun 1. J(oanne) K(athleen) born 1965, English author of children’s books. noun 1. J(oanne) K(athleen). born 1965, British novelist; author of the bestselling series of children’s books featuring the boy wizard Harry Potter, which began with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (1995)
noun 1. Architecture. one of several concentric rings of masonry forming an arch. 2. a brick laid on edge, especially as a header. Compare soldier (def 7). 3. Chiefly British. oarlock. noun 1. a swivelling device attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds an oar in place and acts as a fulcrum during […]
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verb (intransitive, adverb) 1. to win a rowing race unopposed, by rowing the course noun 2. the act of doing this