formatter

formatter

(ˈfɔːmætə)
n
(Computer Science) a computer program used for formatting
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Free and advanced paid editions of the SQL code formatter offer powerful autocompletion and formatting of T-SQL code that replaces native Microsoft T-SQL Intellisense.
For example, a formatter may have brought online the largest, fastest spooling machine in the world--a major investment.
SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards have a "Protected Area" on the card for the SD standard's security function; a standard formatter may erase it, causing problems if security is used.
The MStar G6P2 DTV SoC is a highly integrated, all-in-one smart TV solution that supports dual-channel 8/10-bit LVDS output, DTV channel decoding, HEVC/MPEG decoding, VP9 decoding, 3D formatter, and additional security features including Secure Video Path and HDCP2.
The below architecture has been developed as a web application The block diagram explains the various steps involved in the content adaptation, which include RDF Profiles repository, Rule Repository, Rule Engine, Style sheet repository, Page Formatter and web server to retrieve the requested content from the web.
Hubble's trouble began on 27 September when the telescope's control unit and science data formatter suddenly suffered a "hard" failure, preventing ground controllers from receiving data from the science instruments.
At press time, engineers were waiting for NASA's go-ahead to reactivate the backup formatter and begin another attempt to revive Hubble, The reactivation process might begin October 24, said Hubble senior project scientist David Leckrone of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.
0 Professional, the essays that appear in this volume zinged back and forth this summer between Helga in Berlin, Maggie in North Carolina, editorial assistant Liz Frye in Chicago, and our intrepid formatter Victoria in Michigan.
DDQ] fault models; and TesterOut[TM], a formatter to output test vector sets in formats that directly link to ATE from Advantest, Agilent, Credence, and Teradyne.
Often grouped with what we call file formats, it tells someone or something (such as a formatter with a set of installed drivers) about the size and format of a document (examples: letter, legal, and portrait and landscape views), fonts, and other production information.
H0LLYW00D Riding the wave of interest in the "American Idol" phenom for Fox TV, the show's formatter Fremantle-Media is boosting its Stateside development to include drama series.
The Flexible Bill Formatter from CRM, billing and order management systems provider Amdocs has been chosen by BT for its new bill format.