Numeric zero, as opposed to the letter `O' (the 15th
letter of the English alphabet).
- 1TBS // n.
The "One True Brace Style"; see indent style.
- 120 reset /wuhn-twen'tee ree'set/ n.
[from 120 volts,
S. wall voltage] To cycle power on a machine in order to reset or
- 2 infix.
In translation software written by hackers, infix
2 often represents the syllable to with the connotation
as in dvi2ps (DVI to PostScript), int2string
- 404 // n.
[from the HTTP error "file not found on
server"] Extended to humans to convey that the subject has no
idea or no clue - sapience not found.
May be used reflexively;
"Uh, I'm 40...
- 404 compliant adj.
The status of a website which has
been completely removed, usually by the administrators of the
hosting site as a result of net abuse by the website operators.
- 4.2 /for' poynt too'/ n.
Without a prefix, this almost
invariably refers to BSD Unix release 4.
2. Note that it is an
indication of cluelessness to say "version 4.2", and "release
- party /at'par`tee/ n.
[from the @-sign in an Internet
`@-sign party' /at'si:n par`tee/) A
semi-closed party thrown for hackers at a science-fiction
- abbrev /*-breev'/, /*-brev'/ n.
Common abbreviation for
- ABEND /a'bend/, /*-bend'/ n.
Abnormal termination (of software); crash; lossage....
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