Exclusive or. `A xor B' means

`A or B, but not both'. "I want to get cherry pie xor a banana

split." This derives from the technical use of the term as a

function on truth-values that is true if exactly one of its two

arguments is true.

- xor /X'or/, /kzor/ conj.
Exclusive or. `A xor B' means
`A or B, but not both'.

I want to get cherry pie xor a banana split." This derives from the technical use of the term as a function on truth-values that is true if exactly one of its two arguments is true.... - munching squares n.
A display hack dating back to the
PDP-1 (ca.

1962, reportedly discovered by Jackson Wright), which employs a trivial computation (repeatedly plotting the graph Y = X XOR T for successive values of T -- see HAKMEM items 146-148) to produce an impressive display of moving and growing squares that devour the screen.... - munching squares: n. A {display hack} dating back to the PDP-1
(ca.

1962, reportedly discovered by Jackson Wright), which employs a trivial computation (repeatedly plotting the graph Y = X XOR T for successive values of T --- see {HAKMEM} items 146--148) to produce an impressive display of moving and growing squares that devour the screen.... - canonical adj.
[very common; historically, `according
to religious law'] The usual or standard state or manner of
something.

This word has a somewhat more technical meaning in mathematics.... - Mark one of the following: (A) True (B) False
- Theorem: All positive integers are equal.
Proof: Sufficient to show that for any two positive integers, A and B, A = B.

Further, it is sufficient to show that for all N > 0, if A and B (positive integers) satisfy (MAX(A, B) = N) then A = B.... - (You can have your cake) XOR (You can eat your cake)
- An Ode to C:
0x0d2C
~~~~~~
May your signals all trap
May your references be bounded
All memory aligned
Floats to ints rounded.

And Remember ... Non-zero is true Use -> for a pointer ++ adds one A dot if it's not Arrays start with zero ?... - for values of: [MIT] A common rhetorical maneuver at MIT is to use
any of the canonical {random numbers} as placeholders for
variables.

The max function takes 42 arguments, for arbitrary values of 42....