Sometimes called text editor, a program that enables you to create and edit text files. There are many different types of editors, but they all fall into two general categories:
line editors: A primitive form of editor that requires you to specify a specific line of text before you can make changes to it.
screen -oriented editors: Also called full-screen editors, these editors enable you to modify any text that appears on the display screen by moving the cursor to the desired location.
The distinction between editors and word processors is not clear-cut, but in general, word processors provide many more formatting features. Nowadays, the term editor usually refers to source code editors that include many special features for writing and editing source code.
- Email Address
A name that identifies an electronic post office box on a network where e-mail can be sent. Different types of networks have different formats for e-mail addresses. On the Internet, all e-mail addresses have the form: @ For example, [email protected] Every user on the Internet has a unique e-mail address. The term e-addressis commonly used […]
- effects animation
In computer animation, effects animation is the animation of any non-character elements, such as fire or rain.
Ego-surfing refers to the act of using search engines to seek references to one’s own website, or to view webpages that mention your own name (or company name). It is believed the term ego surfing was derived from the egosurf.com Web site that accommodated ego surfing. However, the website no longer exists as its original […]
- electroluminescent display (ELD)
A technology used to produce a very thin display screen, called a flat-panel display, used in some portable computers. An ELD works by sandwiching a thin film of phosphorescent substance between two plates. One plate is coated with vertical wires and the other with horizontal wires, forming a grid. When an electrical current is passed […]
- Egress Traffic
(ē´gres traf´ik) (n.) Network traffic that begins inside of a network and proceeds through its routers to a destination somewhere outside of the network. For example, an e-mail message that is considered egress traffic will travel from a user��s workstation and pass through the enterprise��s LANrouters before it is delivered to the Internet to travel […]