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 executes the command or issues an error warning. For operating systems with a graphical user interface, the command processor interprets mouse operations and executes the appropriate command.
Another term for command processor is command line interpreter.
- 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
- commerce server
Web software that runs some of the main functions of an online storefront such as product display, online ordering, and inventory management. The software works in conjunction with online payment systems to process payments. See the Server Types page in the quick reference section of
- commercial software
Refers to any software that is designed for sale to serve a commercial need. Commercial software is usually proprietary software, but in some instances it may be public-domain software. Top 5 Business Software Questions 1. What is software? 2. What is tax software? 3. What is accounting software? 4. What is billing software? 5. What […]