A lexically scoped interpreted programming language that supports distributed object-oriented computing. Obliq computations can roam over the network, while maintaining network connections. In Obliq, there are no class hierarchies as every object is potentially and transparently a network object. An object may become accessible over the network either by the negotiation of a name server or by being used as the argument or as the result of a remote method.
In computers and technology the term obsolete means the hardware is no longer in use, even though it may still be in working order. It is a term associated with outdated designs that are no longer supported by the manufacturer.
- obsolete element
In HTML, any element (tags or code) that may not work in future versions of Internet browsers is considered an obsolete element.
Refers to the base-8 number system, which uses just eight unique symbols (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7). Programs often display data in octal format because it is relatively easy for humans to read and can easily be translated into binary format, which is the most important format for computers. By contrast, […]
- odd header
In word processing, a header that appears only on odd-numbered pages.
An octet is 8 bits. It is equivalent to a byte, as long as the byte is also 8 bits. Bytes range from 4 – 10 bits, but octets are always 8 bits.