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(Askeri) görev şefi; toplama harekatları yönetimi; komutan (chief of mission; collection operations management; commander)
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The com
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Center Of Mass, or Center Of Momentum
communication
committee (e.g. ArbCOM)
commercial as in .com (the most known Internet TLD)
(Computers) communications port, device in DOS and Windows which relates to the serial ports in a computer; COM file, file which can be operated in DOS
{i} (Computers) extension of Internet addresses for commercial organizations or agencies (esp. those based in the USA)
A prefix from the Latin preposition cum, signifying with, together, in conjunction, very, etc
Component Object Model (COM) is Microsoft's object-oriented programming model that defines how objects interact within a single application or between applications In COM, client software accesses an object through a pointer to an interface (a related set of funcations called methods) on objects Both OLE and ActiveX are based on COM IBM's verion of COM is called SOM
Component Object Model (COM) An open architecture for cross-platform development of client/server applications based on object-oriented technology
The acronym for Component Object Model A standard by which applications can expose objects to the system for use by other applications and, conversely, by which applications can use objects that have been exposed by other applications
Stands for Component Object Model; Microsoft programming environment
Before a vowel com- becomes co-; also before h, w, and sometimes before other consonants
Component Object Model, (a Microsoft standard) Interface-based object-oriented language which separates the interface from the implementation A language-independent way to describe and define interfaces and objects UML can be used to construct the deliverable model Microsoft standard underlying DCOM and ActiveX technologies
(Component Object Model)—A software architecture developed by Microsoft to develop applications from binary software components
When these letters appear in lowercase type at the end of an address, they indicate that a company, rather than a university or government agency, runs the host computer It also means that the host computer is most likely located in the United States In other words, "Com" means "Commercial Or Company or even Commerce
Commercial Refers to commercial characterization conditions for library
When these letters appear in lowercase type at the end of an address, they indicate that the host computer is run by a company rather than a university or government agency It also means that the host computer is most likely located in the United States
It is used in the form com- before b, m, p, and sometimes f, and by assimilation becomes col- before l, cor- before r, and con- before any consonant except b, h, l, m, p, r, and w
An acronym for Component Object Model, the name of Microsoft's design strategy to implement OLE 2+ and ActiveX Distributed COM (DCOM) allows networked and cross-platform implementation of ActiveX and OLE 2+ operations and Automation See Automation and DCOM
commercial organizations
A command file is a program for a CP/M, MS-DOS, MS-Windows, or possibly even an x86 GEOS machine It will probably not work on a platform other than the one for which it was designed (including the different variants of MS-Windows) Similar to, but usually smaller than, an exe file
An acronym for Component Object Model which is a software architecture specification designed by Microsoft that allows binary components supplied by independent software vendors to interoperate in a dependable, regulated fashion in a Windows-based environment
(pronounced 'dot com') 'Dot com' refers to the practice of (originally) commercial US websites indicating their nature within their web address with this suffix (www microsoft com, for example) The practice in the UK was often a ' co uk' suffix 'Dot com' has entered popular vocabulary as an indicator of internet presence (of a company or organisation) or of web activity in general See Domain, URL and WWW
(commercial)
Component Object Model, the MS-paradigm to connect components MS has implemented the base technology for COM on the NT platform Software AG has ported these on MVS and UNIX A COM-object defines its interfaces Components from different machines can be combined using DCOM
Component Object Model
commercial organization (in Internet addresses). computer-output microfilm. the abbreviation of commercial organization , used in Internet addresses
When used as the last part of an address (as in "www yahoo com"), it indicates that the addressee is a company and not an organization ( org), a school in the U S ( edu) or an American government agency ( gov)
Stands for Component Object Module
Microsoft's Component Object Model is a software architecture that allows applications to be built from binary software components For a more detailed description please see http: //www microsoft com/com/tech/COM asp
The Component Object Model (COM) is a software architecture that allows applications to be built from binary software components COM is the underlying architecture that forms the foundation for higher-level software services, like those provided by OLE OLE services span various aspects of commonly needed system functionality, including compound documents, custom controls, interapplication scripting, data transfer, and other software interactions
See: Component Object Model (COM)
COM is Microsoft's Component Object Model [COM], a technology for building applications from binary software components
When this appears at the last part of an address (in [email protected] com, for example), it indicates that the host computer is run by a company rather than by a university or governmental agency It also means that the host computer is probably in the United States
Component Object Model – Microsoft’s language independent component architecture COM is a general-purpose, object-oriented means to encapsulate commonly used functions and services
{i} group of persons appointed or elected to act upon some matter of business, board, council
{i} leader, one who is in charge; officer in charge of a unit (Military)
{i} paid advertisement which promotes the sale of goods or services
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(Bilgisayar) dotcom
(Tıp) corn
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