The line on the display screen where a command is expected. Generally, the command line is the line that contains the most recently displayed command prompt .
- command-line scanner
On Unix-based platforms a command-line scanner is a scanning tool that disinfects viruses, worms and Trojan horses in all major file types.
- command processor
The part of the operating system that receives and executes operating system commands. Every operating system has a command processor. When the command prompt is displayed, the command processor is waiting for a command. After you enter a command, the command processor analyzes the syntax to make sure the command is valid, and then either […]
- command queuing and reordering
Another name for tagged command queuing.
In HTML a comment (or comments) is information designers can add to the HTML for reference. Comments are not viewed by users within a browser, but rather are only visible when viewing the HTML source code. HTML comments are written as the following, where you add your own textual note between the characters;
- comment spam
In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology it is any comment that has been posted to a blog for the purpose of generating an Inbound link to the comment author’s own site or blog. See “The History of Blogging” in the Quick Reference section of