In word processing, a line running across the display screen. It measures the page layout in points, picas, inches, or centimeters. It is sometimes called the ruler line and is particularly useful for setting margins and tabs. Sophisticated desktop publishing systems and page layout programs sometimes support movable rulers that you can move around the display screen to measure particular items of text or graphics.
(1) To execute a program. (2) To operate. For example, a device that is running is one that is turned on and operating properly.
- run book
In computer systems and networks a run book is a set of defined procedures developed by the administrator or IT professional for maintaining the everyday routine, as well as the exceptional operations of the computer system or network. The run book should contain all the information a staff would need to perform daily operations as […]
- run book automation
Abbreviated as RBA, run book automation refers to technologies used to achieve operational IT efficiency by streamlining run book procedures through automating many of the daily manual tasks. RBA helps organizations by reducing manual tasks which are time consuming and also prone to human-error issues, provides a more efficient workflow through automation, and reduces operational […]
When used in reference to networks, a runt is a packet that is too small to traverse the network. Network protocols such as Ethernet often require that packets be a minimum number of bytes in order to travel the network. Runts are often the result of packet collisions along a busy network or can result […]
Occurring while a program is executing. For example, a runtime error is an error that occurs during program execution and a runtime library is a library of routines that are bound to the program during execution. In contrast, compile-time refers to events that occur while a program is being compiled.