read only

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
file or storage device whose contents cannot be changed or erased
Information stored on a medium that can be accessed and read, but cannot be changed A floppy disk can be altered, so it is not read-only, whereas most CD-ROMs cannot be altered, and are thus read-only media Related terms: CD-R, CD-ROM, Disk, Floppy disk
Term applied to a transponder in which the data is stored in an unchangeable manner and can therefore only be read See also Factory Programming
Indicating that the file may only be opened for reading
An online forum or conference area where you cannot post messages, only read them
Recorded computer data that is recorded and cannot be changed Operating systems contain many read-only files
A file attribute that prevents the file from being changed
Yes
read only memory
Alternative spelling of read-only memory
Read Only Memory
computer memory that can be easily accessed but does not allow alteration of its data
programmable read only memory
Alternative spelling of programmable read-only memory
programmable read-only memory
a type of read-only memory which can be written to once (write-once read-many memory / WORM), and thereafter becomes fixed in value
read-only
Unalterable, capable of being read but not written. Especially common in computer terms such as read-only memory and read-only access to files or directories (in in file system permissions or programs)
read-only memory
A computer memory chip that stores values but does not allow updates, in which the values are nonvolatile in that they are retained even when the computer is unpowered
Compact Disk Read Only Memory
compact disc which can only be read, CD-ROM
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memo
Read Only Memory that can be erased only by electrical means, EEPROM (Computers)
Programmable Read Only Memory
(Computers) Read-only memory which can be programmed (written) again
Static Read Only Memory
memory that retains its contents without the need for refresh memory signals from the CPU, SRAM
erasable programmable read-only memory
(computer science) a read-only memory chip that can be erased by ultraviolet light and programmed again with new data
one has only to read
a person only needs to read, one only needs to read
read-only
Attribute that can be assigned to a disk file or a disk drive When assigned to a file, the Read-Only attribute allows you to read from that file but not write to it When assigned to a drive, the Read-Only attribute allows you to read any file on the disk, but prevents you from adding a new file, erasing or changing a file, renaming a file, or writing on the disk The STAT command can set a file or a drive to Read-Only Every file and drive is either Read-Only or Read-Write The default setting for drives and files is Read-Write, but an error in resetting the disk or changing media automatically sets the drive to Read-Only until the error is corrected See also ROM
read-only
Describes a file or other collection of information that may only be read; it may not be updated in any way or deleted Certain important OS files are designated as read-only files to prevent users from deleting them by accident Also,certain types of memory (ROM), and certain devices such as CD-ROM can be read but not changed
read-only
You can get the information, but you can't change it For example, the contents of a ROM chip
read-only
Pertaining to data that can be read but cannot be modified
read-only
A status indicating a file or document may be viewed or read, but is not available for editing or change
read-only
A file or directory attribute Indicates that the file or directory cannot be modified or deleted, but a read-only directory may have its contents modified or deleted
read-only
user can only view the collection
read-only
A file that can be read (copied, and so on) but not written (changed) Unix has a system of permissions that enables the owner of the file, the owner's group, or all users to have or not have permission to read, write, or execute file
read-only
A type of database access that will not allow updates to the database Use the Open button dropdown list to access this mode
read-only
The user can switch a view to read-only mode No RFG-Manipulation operations may be done in that view
read-only
Capable of being displayed or used, but not deleted If a display of read-only data can be edited, formatted, or otherwise modified, it can't be saved under the same file name
read-only
A characteristic of a file which allows it to be only opened and viewed, and cannot be edited
read-only
A document that is protected so that users can open it to read the contents but not make any changes or add any comments to it
read-only file
(computer science) a file that you can read but cannot change
read-only memory
A storage area in which the contents can be read but not altered during normal computer processing
read-only memory
A type of primary storage on which data has been prerecorded and is nonvolatile
read-only memory
Memory that can be read only and remains after the power is turned off Non-volatile memory
read-only memory
Memory in which stored data cannot be modified by the user except under special conditions
read-only memory
Nonvolatile primary storage; ROM holds the instructions that a computer uses when it is first turned on
read-only memory
ROM A computer's unchangeable memory It's used to store programs that start the computer and run diagnostic functions
read-only memory
A semiconductor memory whose data cannot be erased, or overwritten; it can only be accessed (read) for use by the CPU The data in a ROM is of a permanent nature and is programmed by the ROM manufacturer In many cases, its programmed information identifies the dedicated function of a computer A ROM can also be in the physical form of a module (tape or disk) that is plugged into a computer to change its operation from one program to another
read-only memory
  A memory in which data, under normal conditions, can only be read   Synonym  nonerasable storage
read-only memory
(computer science) memory whose contents can be accessed and read but cannot be changed
read-only memory
ROM
read-only memory
memory used for permanent storage, and that cannot be changed
read-only memory
Permanent memory, not user-programmable The Courier V Everything modem's factory settings are stored in ROM and can be read (loaded) into RAM as an operational configuration if DIP switch S10 is ON at power on
read-only memory
Memory that includes permanent information only The computer can only read information from it; it can never write any new information on it
read-only memory
Semiconductor-based memory that contains instructions that can be read but not modified
read-only memory
A computer memory that stores information permanently
read-only memory
Semiconductor-based memory that contains instructions or data which can be read but not modified See also random access memory (RAM)
read-only memory
A solid-state memory device which has information permanently written into the memory during manufacture
read-only memory
a kind of memory whose values can be read but cannot be changed Abbreviated ROM
read-only memory
Abbreviated ROM; computer memory or storage that can be read but not written to by the user ROM is created at the time of computer chip, card, or disc manufacture and is used to store the computer's essential system programming or other non-changeable data
read-only memory
Memory whose contents the computer can read, but cannot change Information is placed into ROM only once, during manufacturing
read-only memory chip
a memory chip providing read-only memory
read only

    الواصلة

    read on·ly

    التركية النطق

    rid ōnli

    النطق

    /ˈrēd ˈōnlē/ /ˈriːd ˈoʊnliː/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'rEd ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English reden to advise, interpret, read, from Old English r[AE]dan; akin to Old High German rAtan to advise, Sanskrit rAdhnoti he achieves, prepares.

    كلمة اليوم

    annus mirabilis
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