null

listen to the pronunciation of null
Englisch - Türkisch
hükümsüz
butlan
boş değer
değersiz
battal
(Askeri) sıfırlama
(Askeri) sıfırlama sistemi
değeri olmayan
boşluk
önemsiz
geçersiz
boş
sıfır (onaltılı sayı sisteminde)
sıfır
{s} işe yaramaz
hiç
anlamsız
(Bilgisayar) null
kukla
null and void
(Kanun) gayrımuteber
null and void
bağlayıcı olmayan
null balance
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) sıfırlama dengesi
null balance bridge
sıfır dengeli köprü
null hypothesis
(Ticaret) boş hipotez
null measurement
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) sıfırlamalı ölçme
null method of measurement
(Bilgisayar) sıfırlama ölçüm yöntemi
null string
(Bilgisayar) boş dizgi
null and void
hükümsüz
null and void
geçersiz
null and void
değersiz
null character
sıfır
null character
değersiz karakter
null character
boş karakter
null cycle
değersiz çevrim
null hypothesis
sıfır hipotezi
null hypothesis
sıfır önsavı
null instruction
boş işlem komutu
null instruction
işlem yok komutu
null set
boş küme
null string
boş dizi
null address
null adres
null element
Yutan eleman
null file
boş dosya, boş kütük
null hypothesis
sıfır hipotezi, sıfır önsavi
null matrix
sıfır matrisi, boş dizey
null method
sıfır yöntemi
null packet
boş paket
null space
boş alan
null subject
Gizli özne
null suppression
değersiz karakter bastırma
null-space
Sıfır uzayı
null-space
A subspace of a vector space consisting of vectors that under a given linear transformation are mapped onto zero
null-space
Sıfır uzayı, sıfır alanı
null adress
(Askeri) boş adres
null and void
huk. hükümsüz, geçersiz
null balance
sifirlama dengesi
null balance bridge
sifir dengeli kopru
null character
onaltılı sistemde sıfır
null circle
(Askeri) SIFIR DAİRESİ: Bir gezegen yerçekim kuvvetinin diğer bir gezegen yerçekim kuvvetiyle denge meydana getirdiği teorik nokta. Gerçekte sıfır noktası, dairesi veya bölgesi diye bir şey yoktur, çünkü güneş sistemi dinamiktir ve bu sisteme bağlı ne varsa birbirine nazaran hareket halindedir
null circle
(Askeri) sıfır dairesi
null detector
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) boş detektör
null detector
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) boş durum saptayıcı
null error
(Bilgisayar) boşluk hatası
null file
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) boş dosya
null file
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) boş kütük
null filter
(Bilgisayar) boş süzgeç
null hunting
(Askeri) sıfır arama
null indicator
sifir gostergesi
null indicator
(Bilgisayar,Elektrik, Elektronik) sıfır göstergesi
null line
boş satır
null macro
boş makro
null matrix
(Matematik) boş dizey
null matrix
(Matematik) sıfır matrisi
null matrix
(Matematik) boş matris
null measurement
sifirlamali olcme
null method of measurement
sifirlamali olcum yontemi
null modem
Modemsi Aygıt
null name
boş ad
null point
sifir noktasi
null pointer
(Bilgisayar) boş işaretçisi
null seeker
(Askeri) sıfır arayıcı
null selector
(Bilgisayar) boş seçici
null sequence
(Matematik) sıfır dizisi
null sid
(Bilgisayar) boş sıd
null space
(Matematik) hiçlik uzayı
null string
boş dizilim
null valent
(Kimya) sıfır değerli
null value
boş değer
aleph null
alef sıfır
declare null and void
geçersiz saymak
is null
boş olduğunu
not null
sıfır değil
nulls
Tümceyi
the contract is null and void.
sözleşme hükümsüz ve geçersiz olacaktır
to declare null and void
hükümsüz ve geçersiz ilan
electrical null
(Havacılık) elektriksel sıfır
voting papers null and void
(Politika, Siyaset) geçersiz ve boş oy pusulası
Englisch - Englisch
absent or non-existent
Zero quantity of expressions; nothing
Having no legal validity, "null and void"
the attribute of an entity that has no valid value

Since no date of birth was entered for the patient, his age is null.

A non-existent or empty value or set of values
insignificant

In proportion as we descend the social scale our snobbishness fastens on to mere nothings which are perhaps no more null than the distinctions observed by the aristocracy, but, being more obscure, more peculiar to the individual, take us more by surprise.

causing a complete loss of gene function, amorphic
the ASCII or Unicode character (␀), represented by a zero value, that indicates no character and is sometimes used as a string terminator
of or comprising a value of precisely zero
of the null set
to nullify
{v} to annul, to annihilate
{a} void, having no force
{n} a thing of no force or meaning, a cipher
Returns true if the input is an empty list; false otherwise - null ["one", "two", "three"]; val it = false : bool
To annul
no value; empty value; Java's default value (Making Objects - Slide 19)
a quantity of no importance; "it looked like nothing I had ever seen before"; "reduced to nil all the work we had done"; "we racked up a pathetic goose egg"; "it was all for naught"; "I didn't hear zilch about it"
Empty A field or variable that has no value associated with it is null
Something that has no force or meaning
A psuedo value that means a column contains nothing This is distinct from an empty string, zero, or any other possible data value
Of no legal or binding force or validity; of no efficacy; invalid; void; nugatory; useless
In direction-finding systems wherein the output amplitude is a function of the direction of arrival of the signal, the minimum output amplitude (ideally zero)
There is no value (null value) for this field
lacking any legal or binding force; "null and void"
A character that has all the binary digits set to zero(ASCII 0), and therefore has no value In programming, a null character is used for severa special purposes, including padding fields, or serving as delimiter characters In the C language, for example, a null character indicates the end of a character string
a character having no meaning, in the sense that it does not cause any action and holds no meaningful value Null can be used for many purposes, such as receiving test output in a program, to separate blocks of information, or to terminate strings
null is a special value that indicates a variable doesn't refer to any object The value null may be assigned to any class or interface variable It cannot be cast to any integral type, and should not be considered equal to zero, as in C
A value that means, "a value is not applicable" or "the value is unknown" Nulls are not equal to any specific value, even to each other Comparisons with nulls are always false
Nothing Empty Zero A "null packet" is one that does not contain any information; it usually means that the network's transport layer is clear and ready for a new packet Mentioned in: Network Communication
a reserved word, used in null statements and as an access value that points to nothing Null Statement - a simple statement that does nothing 3 4, 3 11, A 1
An adjective applied to attributes, values or variables specifying that the associated value is not known Corresponds to the EXPRESS term "indeterminate"
A special value that indicates the absence of information or that the information is unknown
lacking any legal or binding force; "null and void
The absence of an attribute value
That which has no value; a cipher; zero
A pointer that has a value 0 is guaranteed not to point to any data object The pointer can be converted to any pointer type
Zero; nothing
A value that may be assigned to an attribute when no other value applies or when the applicable value is unknown (5)
A nonexistant or empty value or set of values
An explicit assignment of Null to a variable Any operation between expressions that contain Null
One of the beads in nulled work
Position in IFOV corresponding to the zero-point crossing of the transfer function for a given interferometric axis
A data value that is unknown or unspecified Java has a distinguished null object value, and SQL has a distinguished null value that represents the absence of an actual value
A value indicating that a variable contains no valid data Null is the result of: An explicit assignment of Null to a variable Any operation between expressions that contain Null
If an agreement, a declaration, or the result of an election is null and void, it is not legally valid. A spokeswoman said the agreement had been declared null and void. null and void an agreement, contract etc that is null and void has no legal force = invalid (nul, from nullus )
A point in any electronic system where two out-of-phase signals cancel each other  In speaker acoustics, a null is a point in space where a speakerÕs multiple driversÕ outputs overlap at crossover frequencies,  but are different enough in phase to decrease the overall sound level   At the center of nulls, signals interfere strongly enough to entirely cancel, producing a sound level of 0 db The opposite effect occurs in a lobe (see above)
{f} cancel; nullify, make zero
A value of all zeros
absent or nonexistant
The zone just below audible threshold in metal detector tuning This also refers to the momentary drop or quiet response of threshold sound as the searchcoil passes over a discriminated or rejected target
{s} nil; invalid, nullified; having no legal validity; void
the ASCII character hex"00"
null anaphora
An implied (but omitted) anaphora

We have mentioned above that null anaphora is represented on syntactic trees as “pro”, and that this reflects the native speaker’s intuition that she or he somehow understands what is not overtly expressed and what the content of the null anaphora might be.

null and void
invalid, cancelled, unenforceable
null hypotheses
plural form of null hypothesis
null hypothesis
A hypothesis set up to be nullified or refuted in order to support an alternative hypothesis. When used, the null hypothesis is presumed true until statistical evidence in the form of a hypothesis test indicates otherwise. Therefore, the null and the alternative hypothesis must be mutually exclusive and exhaustive. The use of the null hypothesis is controversial
null infinity
In a closed space-time, especially for an Einstein cylinder, null infinity for a given point is the limit of convergence of the light cone most distant from the given point. That is, it is the limit of a set of points that each have a time-like separation from every point that has a space-like separation from the given point
null modem
A means of directly connecting two pieces of equipment (computer, printer, etc.) using a serial cable
null modems
plural form of null modem
null path length
The path length from a given node to its nearest descendant null node in a binary tree
null persistent
persistent with infinite expected return time
null pointer
A pointer that does not point to any data object
null recurrence
the quality of being null recurrent
null recurrent
recurrent with infinite expected return time
null set
negligible set (in measure theory, a set which is negligible for the purposes of the measure in question)
null set
A less common name for the empty set
null-homotopic
Homotopic to a constant map
null-space
In linear algebra, the kernel or null space (also nullspace) of a matrix A is the set of all vectors x for which Ax = 0. The kernel of a matrix with n columns is a linear subspace of n-dimensional Euclidean space. The dimension of the null space of A is called the nullity of A
null and void
Of no legal or binding force
null and void
that which cannot be legally enforced, as with a contract provision that is not in conformance with the law
null and void
Of no legal or binding force; invalid
null and void
Unenforceable, no longer of any effect A contract for which a condition precedent has failed is considered "null and void"
null and void
canceled and revoked
null character
A data control character that fills computer time by adding nonsignificant zeros to a data sequence
null hypothesis
The statistical hypothesis that states that there are no differences between observed and expected data
null hypothesis
The statistical hypothesis tested by the statistical procedure Usually a hypothesis of no difference or no relationship
null hypothesis
The null hypothesis is used in experimental research   It asserts arbitrarily that there is no relationship among the variables being studied Then statistical tests are used to determine if any relationship shown by the research data is due to chance alone or to alternative hypotheses
null hypothesis
The statement being tested in a test of significance
null hypothesis
What do you do when you want others to be maximally impressed with what you do? You DECREASE EXPECTATIONS, then what you do accomplish looks even better! The null hypothesis is the assumption that there is no difference between the groups and that the treatment you are studying has no effect Any difference in outcome actually observed between the groups is then evaluated in relationship to the "zero expectation" hypothesis
null hypothesis
In hypothesis testing, the hypothesis we wish to falsify on the basis of the data The null hypothesis is typically that something is not present, that there is no effect, or that there is no difference between treatment and control
null hypothesis
A statistical hypothesis that any difference observed among treatment conditions occurs by chance and does not reflect a true difference Rejection of the null hypothesis means that we believe the treatment conditions are actually having an effect
null hypothesis
The hypothesis, or assumption about a population parameter we want to test; usually an assumption of the status quo
null hypothesis
This is usually a statement of "no effect", that is to say that the independent variable will not have any effect on the dependent variable and that any differences between the experimental and control groups are attributable to chance The null hypothesis is usually represented by the symbol H0, and is stated in order that it can be rejected as an explanation for the results of the experiment
null hypothesis
The general assumption in statistics that two populations or two sub-groups are equal until proven otherwise If the difference in survey results is large enough that it would not be likely to occur by chance, you reject the null hypothesis and conclude the difference between the sample "is statistically significant at the confidence level you were testing
null hypothesis
A statement that there is no difference in measures of the criterion vairable except what would be expected from sampling; requires that a significance level be stated ( 05, 01, )
null hypothesis
The prediction that the independent variable will have no effect on the dependent variable in an experiment
null hypothesis
The hypothesis that there is no validity to the specific claim that two variations (treatments) of the same thing can be distinguished by a specific procedure
null hypothesis
The hypothesis that an observed pattern of data and an expected pattern are effectively the same, differing only by chance, not because they are truly different A statistical significance test is then generally applied to the data to test whether the hypothesis can be rejected If so, the observed and expected patterns are said to be significantly different Tests do not establish that the null hypothesis is true 'Expected' patterns may be derived from theory or from other, related data sets
null hypothesis
The statement being tested in a hypothesis test It usually represents the status quo and it is not rejected unless there is convincing sample evidence that it is false (page 301)
null hypothesis
– In terms of probability, the hypothesis of what most likely is occurring in a situation; the goal of subsequent experiments is then to try to disprove the null hypothesis
null hypothesis
the prediction that is tentatively held to be true; it states that no relationship will be found between two variables, or that the means of multiple groups are equal
null hypothesis
The hypothesis that nothing is happening in the data that would not be expected by chance Some null hypothesis are (a) the means of two groups are equal, (b) the slope in a simple regression is zero, (c) the correlation between two variables is zero, and (d) the classifcation of the data according to one nominal variable is independent of the classifcation of that data according to a second nominal variable
null hypothesis
the prediction that there is no relationship between your treatment and your outcome
null hypothesis
an assertion that the independent variable in a study will have no effect on the independent variable
null hypothesis
1) a hypothesis that is being tested, or is about to be tested 2) the assumption that there are no differences between a randomly drawn sample, and the population from which it is drawn
null hypothesis
The primary hypothesis being investigated; often it is an hypothesis that there is no difference between two values, or that a sample value is not different from zero
null hypothesis
The hypothesis tentatively assumed true in the hypothesis testing procedure
null hypothesis
A formal statement that there is no difference or no relationship between variables Researchers often use the results of statistical test to reject the null hypothesis
null hypothesis
Is a hypothesis that has been suggested because it is believed to be true or because it is to be used as a starting point for scientific argument Used in statistical testing to organize arguments
null modem
Sometimes you have two computers (DTEs) that you wish to connect directly to each other You have three choices 1 Think back to your high school gym class where they taught ballroom dancing If the number of boys did not exactly match the number of girls, some boys were given sashes, and told to dance backwards Similarly, you can get one of your computers to masquerade as a DCE 2 Buy a pair of modems and attach them back to back 3 Make a cable with wires crossed in a particular way so that it simulates two modems back to back This is called a null modem cable
null modem
A cable used to enable two computers to communicate with each other by emulating a modem The null modem cable is wired up so that the end connection from one to the other are: 2 connected to 3; 4 and 5 connected to 8; 6 connected to 20
null modem
Cable adapter for V 24 links, used to link two data transmission installations, or two data installations The Null modem exchanges several lines, and thus creates a data installation from a data transmission installation, or vice versa
null modem
A cable in which the transmit and receive leads are crossed A null modem allows two devices to communicate over short distances (typically 50 ft or less) without using a modem
null modem
A connection between two computers locally, causing the computers to act as if connected via a modem Generally used to transfer data from one machine to another
null modem
A cable for connecting two computers together without a modem
null modem
A short RS-232-C cable that connects two PCs so that they can communicate without the use of modems The cable connects the two computers' serial ports, and certain lines in the cable are crossed over so that the wires used for sending data by the other computer, and vice versa
null modem
A device which allows the connection of two DTE devices by emulating the physical connections of a DCE device
null modem
A short serial cable that connects two personal computers so that they can communicate without the use of modems The cable connects the two computers' serial ports, and certain lines in the cable are crossed over so that the wires used for sending by one computer are used for receiving data by the other computer (Ref: Dyson, Dictionary of Networking)
null modem
A device that connects two DTE's directly by emulating the physical connections of a DCE
null modem
A null modem link is a serial link to another computer directly through the use of a cable
null modem
A device that connects two computers by emulating the characteristics of a modem
null modem
A cable used to directly connect two computers by their serial ports in which the transmitting and receiving pins are swapped
null modem
An adapter that enables two data terminals (DTE) or two computers (DCE) to be connected together
null modem
A cable which interchanges wire positions, so that a DTE device looks like a DCE or vice versa
null modem
A box or cable which joins two computing devices directly rather than over a network
null modem cable
cable used to connect between two computers through their serial ports without the use of a modem
null set
The null set is a set that contains no objects Also known as the "empty set "
null set
a set that is empty; a set with no members
null set
the set with no elements Also known as empty set
null set
The same as empty set A set with no elements
null space
a space that contains no points; and empty space
null value
Having no explicitly assigned value In particular, a NULL value is different from a zero or a blank
null value
The absence of a value
null value
The absence of a value If a particular column of a row in a table is null, that means there is no value stored Null is not the same as blank or zero
null value
A special field value, distinct from 0, blank, or any other value, that indicates that the value for the field is missing or otherwise unknown (12)
null value
A special field value, distinct from 0, blank, or any other value, that indicates that the value for the field is missing or otherwise unknown
null value
The absence of a value A null value should mean only that nothing is known about the value
null value
A special status of a field that indicates that the value is unknown
null value
Nothing; an empty or zero-length string
null value
A parameter position for which no value is specified IBM
aleph-null
The first of the transfinite cardinal numbers; corresponds to the number of positive integers, also called natural numbers. Georg Cantor showed that even all the rational numbers could be put in one-to-one correspondence with them, and are therefore countable, enumerable or denumerable
non-null persistent
persistent with finite expected return time
aleph-null
the smallest infinite integer
aural null
absolute silence
deemed null and void
no longer valid
nulled
Turned so as to resemble nulls
nulled
Set to zero or null value
nulls
third-person singular of null
nulls
plural of , null
Türkisch - Englisch
(Bilgisayar) nil
(Bilgisayar) null
null değil
(Bilgisayar) not null
null
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