a white infusible powder, Sc 2 O 3 , soluble in acids.
storage, algorithm A variation of the Scan disk aceess algorithm for use in a real-time environment where, in general, requests are served according to Earliest Deadline First. If two requests share the same deadline, they may be reorganised according to Scan. A typical example is a video server that retrieves video data from a hard […]
The C library routine that reads data from the standard input stream stdin into the locations given by each entry in its argument list. The first argument is a format string which controls interpretation of the input and each subsequent argument points to a variable with a type that corresponds to a type specifier in […]
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hardware A horizontal line of pixels generated by a single horizontal sweep of the beam from a monitor’s electron gun. The number of scanlines that make up a frame is the vertical resolution. (1996-02-09)
verb (used with object), scanned, scanning. 1. to glance at or over or read hastily: to scan a page. 2. to examine the particulars or points of minutely; scrutinize. 3. to peer out at or observe repeatedly or sweepingly, as a large expanse; survey. 4. to analyze (verse) as to its prosodic or metrical structure; […]