mathematical terminology; one can consider saying that

4 equals 22 except for the 9s (4 = 22 mod 9). "Well,

LISP seems to work okay now, modulo that {GC} bug." "I feel

fine today modulo a slight headache."

-- The AI Hackers Dictionary

- modulo /mod'yu-loh/ prep.
Except for. An
overgeneralization of mathematical terminology

one can consider saying that 4 equals 22 except for the 9s (4 = 22 mod 9).... - mod: vt.,n. 1. Short for `modify' or `modification'.

Very commonly used --- in fact the full terms are considered markers that one is being formal.... - mod vt.,n.
[very common] 1. Short for `modify' or
`modification'.

Very commonly used -- in fact the full terms are considered markers that one is being formal.... - T: /T/ 1. [from LISP terminology for `true'] Yes. Used in
reply to a question (particularly one asked using {The `-P'
convention}).

In LISP, the constant T means `true', among other things.... - GC: /G-C/ [from LISP terminology; `Garbage Collect']
1.

vt. To clean up and throw away useless things. "I think I'll GC the top of my desk today.... - VERY CREATIVE: Finds 22 reasons to do anything except original work.

-- Interpreting supervisors comments...... - Now I understand the meaning of ``THE MOD SQUAD''! -- Zippy the Pinhead
- NIL: /nil/ No. Used in reply to a question, particularly one
asked using the `-P' convention.

Most hackers assume this derives simply from LISP terminology for `false' (see also {T}), but NIL as a negative reply was well-established among radio hams decades before the advent of LISP.... - Right Thing: n. That which is *compellingly* the correct or
appropriate thing to use, do, say, etc.

Often capitalized, always emphasized in speech as though capitalized....