(computing) a basic low-cost computer program that provides a framework within which the user can develop the program to suit his personal requirements
adjective 1. protected against the explosive effect of shells or bombs. adjective 1. designed, intended, or able to resist shellfire
noun 1. a hard outer covering of an animal, as the hard case of a mollusk, or either half of the case of a bivalve mollusk. 2. any of various objects resembling such a covering, as in shape or in being more or less concave or hollow. 3. the material constituting any of various coverings […]
- Shell script
programming, operating system A program written to be interpreted by the shell of an operating system, especially Unix. Compare: script, glue language. (1999-02-22)
noun 1. battle fatigue. noun 1. loss of sight, memory, etc, resulting from psychological strain during prolonged engagement in warfare Also called combat neurosis shell shock n. See war neurosis.